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how much time a week does an aerodynamic engineer spend at work/working?

I'm asking this because i want to know if there is any free time or will i have to be devoted to work all week long? #engineering #engineer #aerodynamics #dynamic

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Tommy’s Answer

I retired after 47 years in the Aerospace / Defense Industry. My average day at work was probably around 9-10 hrs per day. I wrote numerous technical proposals. These won several million dollar contracts. I worked for over six major defense companies Managing, designing, testing and fielding weapons systems for jet fighters, bombers, helicopters, vehicles and ships. There was much travel, most domestic the other international. Most travel was a week or less away from home. Weapons tests in the wind tunnel and at the firing range required the most time. Weapon installation and flight testing took somewhat less time. These weapons are active in the field today. They help keep our country safe.
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Gordon’s Answer

If you are planning on being in design and engineering and or mfg , you can expect to be at work Monday-Friday at least 9-10 hrs. If you enjoy the job and get more responsibility, expect some hours on the weekend (Sat-Sunday) especially if you have responsibilities for any overseas connections.

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