Five Different Engineering Career Paths You Can Take
02 Dec 21
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Categories: Mechanical Engineering, Undergradute
As a Mechanical Engineering degree graduate, you will have developed the skills to design, build, test and maintain precision machines. This knowledge is desired in many industries.
With a national engineering skills shortage, there are more job opportunities than suitable applicants. If you achieve your Mechanical Engineering degree, your career prospects will be endless.
What professions are open to Mechanical Engineering graduates?
A Mechanical Engineering degree can give you a challenging and well-paid career. Below are a few mechanical engineering jobs that might spark your interest:
- Aerospace Engineering
- CAD Technician
- Civil Engineering
- Design Engineering
- Hydromechanics and Thermal Engineering
- Naval Analysis
- Supply Chain Operations
- Technical Sales Manager
In any of these mechanical engineering jobs, the engineering mindset is applied to maintaining and improving existing machines. This includes diagnosing and resolving issues, assessing where improvements could be made and upgrading. Fresh thinking, new materials and technological advance also provide opportunities for the development and installation of new machines and processes.
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