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What Engineering career is in demand currently?

I am interested in Engineering, but I have not chosen the type I want to go in to. I need more information on which one I want to choose. #engineering # #engineer #career

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Robert’s Answer

Get a BS in mechanical engineering. It is the most versatile. With my BSME I’ve worked in aerospace, biomedical, software, systems, and manufacturing jobs. Biomedical Engineering is probably the most stable and promising career paths.

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Thomas’s Answer

Electrical Engineering- this covers power systems. Electronics software
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Estelle’s Answer

The correct answer is all of them. An even better answer is which one do you find most interesting and exciting. if you like electronics, computers, programming then electrical engineering. If you like building roads, bridges, dams and such then civil engineering. Mechanical engineers love to build things like robots and machines that move. Computer and IT engineers are kind of like electrical engineers. Take lots of math , physics, and chemistry to prepare yourself.
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Shalvi’s Answer

The most in-demand Engineering Jobs are -

1. Data Science & Machine Learning
Average starting salary: $89,000
Average mid-level salary: $107,000
Average late career salary: $120,000

2. Automation & Robotics Engineer
Average starting salary: $77,000
Average mid-level salary: $92,000
Average late career salary: $99,000

3. Mechanical Engineer
Average starting salary: $82,000
Average mid-level salary: $92,000
Average late career salary: $127,000

4. Civil Engineer
Average starting salary: $59,000
Average mid-level salary: $72,000
Average late career salary: $96,000

5. Electrical Engineer
Average starting salary: $67,000
Average mid-level salary: $82,000
Average late career salary: $96,000
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ABDOU’s Answer

Hi,
Very interesting question there. Just as the global job market is changing rapidly, so is the world of engineering. Some jobs will become obsolete over time, while new ones will emerge. I think that computer science and data science is the future of engineering.
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Mohamed’s Answer

Today the field of engineering is in great demand in the market place. And especially the industry 4.0, such as internet of things, data, cloud computing. Robotics and artificial intelligence, which are future jobs, are important to prepare ourselves to theses areas.
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Christine’s Answer

Hi Henry - career opportunities are booming for those with technology engineering backgrounds. With the technological movement that we are currently experiencing in all industries, computer scientists, computer engineers, systems engineers, etc. are all in high demand. This is true for both large tech companies (think industry roles) as well as professional services firms (think consulting roles). Both groups of employers are looking for strong technological skills to help bring their organizations to the next level. Emerging technologies like AI, RPA, virtual & augmented reality, 3D printing, etc. are changing the landscape for the future. The demand for technologists and data scientists currently far exceeds the supply - something to think about!

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Dhanabal’s Answer

Technology is booming! If you have any circuit branch in your studies will help you easily to get into technology world.

Technology keeps changing, and I see good growth opportunities to automate and increase the efficiency of all the industries with the help of Tech industry.

At last, you have to choose your studies based on your interest !
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Emily’s Answer

All engineering fields will give you a good opportunity for success post graduation depending on your college success. Most companies are looking for internship experience in college and decent grades (3+ preferably 3.5+). Choose a major based on what sounds interesting to you.
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Abbas’s Answer

With a Bachelors and a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering, I have had a very rewarding career in the area of computer networking and IT.

Below article may help to provide you a broader perspective: https://newengineer.com/insight/8-of-the-most-in-demand-engineering-jobs-for-2020-1126177
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