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Aerospace Engineering
Career field description

Katie Hebert
10-14-2014

TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Description of Aerospace Engineering
Positions in Aerospace engineering
Entry level Position:
Mid-level Position:
High level Position:
Summary of Jobs in Aerospace engineering
Citations

General Description of Aerospace Engineering


Aerospace engineers work on the development of aircrafts
such as helicopters, missiles and weapons, flight simulators and
components, and any fixed-winged aircraft. They construct,
install, and monitor these types of equipment. To become this
type of engineer, you must obtain at least a bachelors degree in
aerospace or mechanical/electrical engineering. People in these
engineering fields must have interpersonal skills, creativity, and
be interested in physics and math. There are many schools and
jobs requiring aerospace engineers such as NASA, private jet
companies, etc.
Prospects.ac.uk/aeronautical_engineer_job_description.htm

Positions in Aerospace engineering


Entry level Position:
Company Name

industrial staffing services inc.

Job Title

Mechanical engineering

Salary

$60,000-$70,000 annually

Required Education

Bachelors degree in mechanical engineering or similar field

Required Experience

3-5 years as a mechanical engineer, experience with SolidWorks and design

Job Description

Global, full service staffing company that is specialized in industrial and


technical fields

Other Information

must have good communication skills

http://www.careerrookie.com

Mid-level Position: California


Company Name

General atomics aeronautical systems inc.

Job Title

Mid level airworthiness engineer

Salary

$77,000

Required Education

a B.S. in science or engineering discipline

Required Experience

experienced level airworthiness engineer

Job Description

Unmanned aircraft systems, tactical reconnaissance radars, and surveillance


systems

Other Information
https://sjobs.brassring.com

Summary of Jobs in Aerospace engineering

Some duties and responsibilities are creating and developing aircraft machinery and conducting research
on them. They also plan, test, and analyze a specific area of the field.
Aerospace engineers spend a lot of time in an office, but there are still a lot that spend time in industries
that build aircrafts and sometimes for oversea construction. They usually work full time especially when
working on projects.
They are very specialized and work in multi-million dollar industries and work for aerospace companies
that sometimes provide services to airlines and the government.
Most aerospace jobs are located everywhere throughout the country, but the places with the highest
demand are in Alabama, California, and Florida.
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Citations
Prospects.ac.uk/aeronautical_engineer_job_description.htm
http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.careerrookie.com%2Fjobs%2FMechanical-Engineer
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https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fsjobs.brassring.com%2FTGWebHost%2Fjobdetails.aspx
%3FSID%3D%255eZj
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Qu%26jobId%3D163196%26type%3Dsearch%26JobReqLang%3D1%26recordstart%3D1%26JobSiteId
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%3D0&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHPX74fgJsRlNp6c2hlBzOaoH_Kzw
http://www.skillchart.com/careers/engineering/aerospace.htm
http://www.bls.gov/ooh/architecture-and-engineering/aerospace-engineers.htm#tab-3
http://education-portal.com/articles/Aerospace_Engineer_Job_Description_Duties_and_Outlook.html