Deciding on a college major or potential career path can be one of the most difficult and important decisions in a person’s life. Many, however, overlook engineering despite its various benefits and opportunities.
Engineering careers span a large number of fields tailored to various interests. Engineering job duties might include design, prototyping, research, development, production, and more.
The outlook for engineering careers varies depending on the type of engineering field. RevPart has created a guide that highlights some of the most popular engineering fields and job outlooks.
Engineering Employment Outlook from RevPart
- Professor Peter Diamond Ph.D. (Nobel Prize winner in Economics - MIT), Professor Brian Schmidt Ph.D. (Nobel Prize winner in Physics - Australian National University), Professor Zack Szostak Ph.D. (Nobel Prize winner in Medicine - Harvard University), Professor Osamu Shimomura Ph.D. (Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry - Princeton University), Linda Honan Ph.D. (Professor Nursing - Yale University), Jeffrey Reimer Ph.D. (Professor of Chemical Engineering - UC Berkeley), Richard Brown Ph.D. (Professor of Mathematics - Johns Hopkins University), Terry Warfield Ph.D. (Professor Accounting - University of Wisconsin-Madison), John Cacioppo Ph.D. (Professor of Psychology - University of Chicago)
- The College Student University Press (t/a The Curious Academic Publishing)
- Kindle Edition
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- Raymond B. Landis
- Discovery Press
- Anthony Fasano
- Wiley-IEEE Press
- Edition no. 1 (2015-01-07)
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