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Education and Training: Bachelor's degree

Salary: Median—$79,100 per year

Employment Outlook: Good

Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.

Aerospace engineer inspecting an industrial windtunnel

Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.

Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.

Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.

Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.

Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.

All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.

Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.

Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.

Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.

Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.

Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.

Where to Go for More Information

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
1801 Alexander Bell Dr., Ste. 500
Reston, VA 20191-4344
(800) 639-2422
http://www.aiaa.org

International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers
9000 Machinists Place
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772-2867
(301) 967-4500
http://www.iamaw.org

National Society of Professional Engineers
1420 King St.
Alexandria, VA 22314-2794
(703) 684-2800
http://www.nspe.org

Earnings and Benefits

Earnings vary depending on the education and experience of the aerospace engineer and the location and nature of the job. Aerospace engineers earn salaries close to the average for all engineer. In 2005 the average starting salary for an aerospace engineer with a bachelor's degree was $50,993 per year. Engineers with master's degrees earned starting salaries of $62,930 per year, and those with doctoral degrees earned starting salaries of $72,529 per year. In 2004 the median annual income for all aerospace engineers was $79,100. Benefits generally include paid holidays and vacations, health insurance, and pension plans.

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almost 7 years ago

I am 39 years old and want to pursue aerospace engineering as a career. Am I to old for this occupation.

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almost 6 years ago

wow!thank you guys i am sure i will success-ed in this field .Buhahahahah!!!!!1

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over 6 years ago

this sounds like a dumb job

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over 6 years ago

i am done wth my mechanical engineering degree,,,,,,,,so wat i do next i wnt to go in aerospace field?

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over 8 years ago

thx 4 the info i really needed this 4 my skool project



im also really thinking about having a job in this field

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about 9 years ago

Thanks for all this helpful information! I really want to become an Aerospace Engineer and this was way more helpful and informative than most other web sites which have too litle information. Again, THANKS=)

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almost 6 years ago

i am a grade 12 graduate and want to study aerospace engineering but am not financially strong so do they offer scholarship

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about 7 years ago

Try Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University for AE!

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over 8 years ago

OMG I LoVe your site thanks so much! <3

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about 6 years ago

I have been working in Aeronautical Engineering fields for 21 years,

My career was working in the calibration testing centre. I have the aeronautical certification in FAA, CAAC. licencing Engg. I hope I can get the job into NASA.US.centre.

Bascially I want to have the future licence in aerospace engeering can your department can offer the academic cours or job vancay for me,or advise the job descriptions for me. Thanks for your attention.

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over 8 years ago

OMG me too!!!<3

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over 5 years ago

grr



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over 6 years ago

hello,I am an 11 year old boy and i was wondering what you ment by

"must move to a new location to find a job".The reason I ask this question is I want to be an aero space enginner when I'm older.



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about 7 years ago

What is the scope for this field by the year 2013?Also what is the projected salary by then?

Is a degree in IIT(aerospace) equal to a degree in a foreign university and is it accepted worldwide?

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over 5 years ago

I am 59 years old and thinking of getting a career in this occupation. Am I too old?







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Earnings vary depending on the education and experience of the aerospace engineer and the location and nature of the job. Aerospace engineers earn salaries close to the average for all engineer. In 2005 the average starting salary for an aerospace engineer with a bachelor's degree was $50,993 per year. Engineers with master's degrees earned starting salaries of $62,930 per year, and those with doctoral degrees earned starting salaries of $72,529 per year. In 2004 the median annual income for all aerospace engineers was $79,100. Benefits generally include paid holidays and vacations, health insurance, and pension plans.







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over 5 years ago

I like Spaceships. I plan to build a robot army to conquer South Dakota

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Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







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Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







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Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military

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almost 6 years ago

studying bsc Maths & Stats want to pursue aerospace which modules shld i pick

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almost 6 years ago

i need career guide at present i am studying BE(AERONUTICAL) in chennai

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almost 6 years ago

i have a question to ask actually i took aerospace engineering in iit madras is it a better option can i get a good job can i get a salary in lakhs


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about 6 years ago

i found very easy to search

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about 6 years ago

Thanks for sharing

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about 6 years ago

is it possible for me to study abroad as course aerospace eng. and what is the prodecure to apply .find out and give me solution

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about 6 years ago

i want to be an aerospace /aeronautical engineer

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over 6 years ago

this was great information.. it really helped me for my research paper:)

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over 6 years ago

Hey
What is the salary per month if i finish bachelor level in our country

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over 6 years ago

Hey, can you please email me the requirements for the degrees. I am also interested in knowing the salaries for this occupation.

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over 6 years ago

What is the scope for this field by the year 2014?Also what is the projected salary by then?


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over 6 years ago

why is the salary for this career so low?

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over 7 years ago

hey my name is 3r!cK and am planing to attend UCLA for the Aerospace Engineering career! I like this career a lot and it is what I want to do in life how ever am a AB540 student and I want to know if that could be an obstacle in my career?

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over 7 years ago

hi there, i always wanted a career in aeronautical field, but due to some circumstances i had to choose some other fields thats completely irrelevant to aeronautical field. i am 26 years old and i still wanna do this. is it still possible for me to pursue my career in the above field or its too late. if not where shouls i start from. please your information in this regards will bw highly appreciated.



krishna

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about 8 years ago

For anyone who would like to know, the top universities in AAE (in no particular order)
MIT
Georgia Tech
Purdue
Stanford
Cal Tech

The list can go on, I would recommend researching some of those schools websites to gauge the different programs.

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over 8 years ago

i had to write a paper on an enigineering of my choice for my engineering class and this site really had a lot of information, it was really helpful



&heart; Cara ;P

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over 8 years ago

Thank you so much i am very intrested in pursueing a career in this feild. Your site really helped me show fellow 8 grade students what job i want to do

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almost 9 years ago

I am very interested in studying Astronautical engineering when i leave school. i was asked to do an assignment on my choice of profession. your site was the only one in which i found all the answers to my questions. Thanks!

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about 9 years ago

Im doing a report over aerospace engineering and this page really helped me find some answers about this career field. Thank You

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over 9 years ago

Thankyou for this information im doing a research project about this subject in english and this is giving me all the info that i need with only one trustworthy search.

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almost 6 years ago

i'm planning to do aeronautical engineering in hyderabad(andhra pradesh,india).after finishing my studies,will i be able to get a good job?

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almost 6 years ago

i have a question to ask actually i took aerospace engineering in iit madras is it a better option can i get a good job can i get a salary in lakhs


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about 6 years ago

this is a nice job

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about 6 years ago

thanks "G" it was helpful

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about 6 years ago

i am doing bachelor's in aeronautical engineering final year and i want a training of 2 months. plz

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about 6 years ago

thank you

this was a real help for my high school career paper but i suggest you update the salary info

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over 6 years ago

hello, i am 16 years old and i am interested to be an astronautical engineer,so could mail be how much salary i can get in nasa being fresher as an astronautical engineer

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over 6 years ago

I plan t do into this job description but i would like to know more of the specifics.

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over 6 years ago

Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job

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i appreciate your work.but i realy need to know if software engineering would be better of than aerospace in terms pay by 2014

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about 7 years ago

what are the criteria required for pursuing this field.Also what is the projected salary in this field?

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I want to pursue a career in aerospace engineering. Your site gave me some invaluable information but if u will also mention some top ranking universities that offer the courses it would prove very helpful. Thanks

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Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs, but the number of new jobs in the design and production of commercial aircraft will decrease. However, the employment outlook for aerospace engineers through 2014 is good because new graduates will be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons. Aerospace engineers who keep up with broad developments in their field are more likely to get jobs than those who know only one narrow area of technology.



Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers work under a variety of conditions—from quiet laboratories and offices to noisy airfields and manufacturing plants. They usually work at least forty hours a week. They may be required to work long hours to complete a project on time. When a project is completed, engineers sometimes must move to a new location to find a job using their special skills.



Aerospace engineers generally work in teams and share information and ideas. They need to work well with others and be able to communicate their ideas. Engineers are problem solvers and should enjoy facing the challenge of a difficult problem. They must be patient and creative and able to pay close attention to the details of their work.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job - StateUniversity.com http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/381/Aerospace-Engineer.html#ixzz1fOBVt9m5

Education and Training: Bachelor's degree



Salary: Median—$79,100 per year



Employment Outlook: Good



Definition and Nature of the Work

Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles and oversee their production. They often specialize in one kind of vehicle, such as passenger planes, helicopters, or rockets. In some cases, they also work with earthbound vehicles, such as deep-diving vessels that are used to do research in the oceans and high-speed trains that float above their tracks. Aerospace engineering includes aeronautical engineering, which is limited to aircraft, and astronautical engineering, which is limited to spacecraft.





Most aerospace engineers work in the aircraft industry. This industry includes companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and the many other parts used in aircraft. Some aerospace engineers work for government agencies, such as the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Many also work for companies that are under government contract to produce equipment needed for missiles and spacecraft. Others work for commercial airline companies, research and development organizations, and consulting firms, as well as for colleges and universities.



Aerospace engineers work closely with other specialists. Scientists such as physicists or metallurgists do the research needed to create new materials. They study how the materials will react in certain conditions, such as the intense heat or speeds encountered in space travel. Aerospace engineers then use the research to develop designs. They test the designs and make changes before beginning

Aerospace engineering includes astronautics, which is the science concerned with travel beyond the earth's atmosphere to the moon and other planets. (AP Images.) production of the equipment. They also supervise drafters and engineering technicians.



Aerospace engineering is a broad field. Its general area of concern overlaps with areas of other engineering fields, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical. There are also several areas of specialization within the field. Some aerospace engineers concentrate on structures and specialize in the design of new frameworks. They test the framework's ability to withstand heat, pressure, and other forms of stress in wind tunnels. This helps to develop strong and durable aircraft and other vehicles.



Other aerospace engineers work chiefly on guidance and control systems. These systems include automatic navigation equipment for submarines and the automated Instrumentation Landing Systems (ILS) for aircraft, which allow aircraft to land at night and in bad weather. Other special fields in aerospace engineering include propulsion, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, and acoustics. In addition, some aerospace engineers specialize in one phase of a process during which new equipment is developed, produced, and distributed. For example, they may concentrate on design, production, or sales. Others may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets. They may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.



Education and Training Requirements

Beginning aerospace engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering. Degree holders in mathematics or the natural sciences may qualify for certain jobs. It usually takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. A number of colleges offer undergraduate majors in aeronautical, astronautical, or aerospace engineering. Some jobs also require an advanced degree. Aerospace engineers must continue to study the latest developments in the field throughout their careers.



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All states require licensing for engineers whose work affects life, health, or property, or for those who offer their services to the public. To become licensed as a professional engineer, you need a degree from an accredited school, four years of experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination. Some jobs in the aerospace industry require security clearance before you can start work.



Getting the Job

If you are interested in working for private industry, you should contact aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, and companies that make aerospace parts and tools. If you are interested in space travel, you can contact NASA for job information. For most government jobs you need to apply through a civil service agency. You can also apply directly to universities, consulting firms, and research and development organizations. The placement office at your engineering college can also give you advice on finding a job. In some cases, openings for aerospace engineers are listed in newspaper classifieds and job banks on the Internet. Professional engineering journals are another good place to look for job information.



Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Aerospace engineers who have the needed experience and education can advance to positions as managers or administrators. Some become sales engineers or college teachers. A few start their own engineering firms.



Employment opportunities for aerospace engineers is expected to grow more slowly than average for all occupations from 2004 to 2014. Military

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almost 6 years ago

i am a man aged 20 and i am want to do mechatronic engineering in zimbabwe and i am planning to do aerospace engineering afterwards ,is that feasible


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about 6 years ago

iam interested in aerospace engineering.but presently I am in 10 th standard .which subject I should take in 11 th.

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about 6 years ago

I am riyaz

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about 6 years ago

i m in the last year of aerospace engineering.....want to do masters as well suggest some good university as well as field 2 b specialized in...

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about 6 years ago

@ "Student"



It might be. But if you plan on working for any company, there will be background checks and security reasons, due to certain saftey standards. I'm not located in the U.K but that seems to be the policy anywhere you go.

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over 6 years ago

how long it take to be a proper engineer. is bachelor degree is enough. I dont want to study any more.

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over 6 years ago

Hi every one, i've completed my bacholer degree in Aeronutical Engineering. i'm searching for a job, any one knows some thing share with me.

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over 6 years ago

hi guys, i finished electronic and communication engineering.but i want job regarding aeronautical and space. for that what i have to study....... if u know please reply

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over 6 years ago

i understand the topic well and i wish to joinas soon as possible to arospace

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over 6 years ago

What is the scope for this field by the year 2014?Also what is the projected salary by then?

besides how much job facilities are available in this field?

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almost 7 years ago

I am a junior in Aerospace Engineering and I have seen far higher salary figures for this career type. While I am going on into management (getting my MBA and going to law school)- I am still surprised to see such low starting salary. Oh well, that's why I am choosing administration with an Engineering Undergrad background...

P.S. GO NCSU!!!

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over 7 years ago

why is the salary for this career so low?

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over 7 years ago

why is the salary for someone who needs phd'S to work in this field so low?

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over 7 years ago

i am a physicist student in a top class university. my dream was to be an aerospace engineer.but now i am wondering if i can still persue that in my masters please advise me

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over 7 years ago

Thank you for the info, it was very helpful. I think it's funny seeing these comments from people who can't spell yet are looking for careers in Aeronautical Engineering

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over 5 years ago

thanks this will realy help me on the long run

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about 6 years ago

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about 7 years ago

Hey my name is emmanuel am in demanding of this field but i faild to study it becouse in my country no collage offer this course. Now am taking Bsc. in ELECTRO-MECHANICAL could be possible to take my career after fining my degree?

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about 6 years ago

Hi! I am a 12th passed student and i am good in Physics. I am thinking of making my career in aerospace. But parents are forcing me to join mechanical or ece, geophysics and computer science. They says that only aerospace is not much good for me. Reading some lines in your site, I got some encouragement, and i wanna join aerospace now. What i really need now is, a little help in this subject......

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over 4 years ago

gay.

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over 5 years ago

Thank for this info, only question I have is what would be the best school to attend for this occupation? Thanks for the help!

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almost 6 years ago

Thanks!!! :)

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Earnings vary depending on the education and experience of the aerospace engineer and the location and nature of the job. Aerospace engineers earn salaries close to the average for all engineer. In 2005 the average starting salary for an aerospace engineer with a bachelor's degree was $50,993 per year. Engineers with master's degrees earned starting salaries of $62,930 per year, and those with doctoral degrees earned starting salaries of $72,529 per year. In 2004 the median annual income for all aerospace engineers was $79,100. Benefits generally include paid holidays and vacations, health insurance, and pension plans.







Read more: Aerospace Engineer Job Description, Career as an Aerospace Engineer, Salary,

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about 6 years ago

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over 6 years ago

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over 5 years ago

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over 4 years ago

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over 4 years ago

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over 4 years ago

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over 4 years ago

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over 4 years ago

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over 4 years ago

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almost 5 years ago

hey..i already have aircraft maintenance degree but from overseas but its all the same materials in states...and am gonna start with the aerospace engineering soon..so should i do 4 years or less coz i have already degree



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almost 5 years ago

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almost 5 years ago

Knowledge on the specific field of work is very important in the career growth. While I'm still student, i see to it that i really understand the career that i will going on, that TODAY is the MEASURE of my SUCCESS TOMORROW.

Right and Best University that offers Aerospace Engineering course is very important to me because university nowadays is one of the measurement of competition. To know what are the best school that offers aerospace engineering course and what will be the salary of it visit http://aerospaceengineeringsalaries.com/

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about 5 years ago

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about 5 years ago

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about 5 years ago

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about 5 years ago

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about 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

Sir,

I want to do training in your industry as i m pursuing my engineering from jodhpur(Raj.)



As i has an interest in aeronautical field so want to do training in this field only.



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Please give me an approproiate respone for my question

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over 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

hi thank you for the info, it really helped me decide what i want to do for a future career. its either this or an astrophysicist.

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over 5 years ago

Sir I'm from India and I'm doing Aerospace Engineering from " Hindustan aviation Academy, Bangalore ( INDIA )" Can i get job in NASA for research and can i be career in US after complit B.Tech degree please tell me sir and give me any Information to related for aerospace
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over 5 years ago

Dear Sir,

I have got admission in BE Electrical Communication engineering, what is its scope worldwide and in aerospace field as well?

can I do MS in aerospace engineering after completion of this BE???

Looking 4wrd to hearing from YOU.

Thanx!!!!

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over 5 years ago

i had done BE(CSE) but know i planning to go with aeronautical is it possible

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over 5 years ago

Hello I'm currently in my Senior year and I'm very interested in doing Aerospace Engineering and I'm looking for a great university to go study this, any help?

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over 5 years ago

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about 2 years ago

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over 2 years ago

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over 2 years ago

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over 2 years ago

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about 3 years ago

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over 3 years ago

i am glad that i found this site
I am in tenth grade an about to give my final exams
I wanna bcome an aerospace engineering
if you can reply what are the basic interests i should have so that i can decide that i will do good in this field? Thanks already.

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over 3 years ago

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over 3 years ago

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almost 4 years ago

Respected sir,
i have study in b.tech aerospace last year with IGNOU University, so please reply as soon as possible.

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about 4 years ago

Is a must to do form 5 and form 6 to become aerospace engineer

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about 4 years ago

Is a must to do form 5 and form 6 to become aerospace engineer

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about 4 years ago

Is it a must to do form5 & 6 to become an aerospace engineer

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about 4 years ago

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about 4 years ago

I am a recent graduate from Embry-Riddle, the top ranked Aerospace Engineering University in the world that does not offer a doctorate for the field. I am seeing a lot of questions about why pay is so low, what university should you research for this field, and as well as if you take a degree in a different field, does it still apply to the aerospace industry. To answer the low pay, it is largely due that you are entry-level and most companies put you on a probationary period. This is done largely to see if you get along with the team and if you understand the engineering concept that you learned and able to apply it. After the probatioanary period, pay grade is usually raised after about a year depending on the company. In the way of researching universities, U.S News website or book is a great place to look as they rank most if not all universities in specific fields every year. Now in the way of obtaining a degree that is not AE, does in apply to aerospace industry. The answer is yes. The key engineering specialties that mostly accepted are: Mechanical, Software, Computer, and Electrical. I hope this helps for you future engineers!!

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about 4 years ago

hi i am pursueing btech mechanical engineering i have alot of intrest i aerospace engineering can i do mtech in aerospce engineering
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hi i am pursueing btech mechanical engineering i have alot of intrest i aerospace engineering can i do mtech in aerospce engineering
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