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Mickey319 views

Are there any careers that would allow me to pursue nuclear engineering AND musical theater ?

My current goal is to double major in those two subjects at University of Michigan (hopefully with a scholarship, as it's out of state and EXPENSIVE), but from what I've found, it's practically impossible to find a way to do them both "in the real world" I don't want to look back and regret not doing theater, but I know it's not the most practical career. I'm not the best at nuclear science or engineering, but I have time to improve my skills. Is there anything out there for me (that pays well, LOL)?

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Parker218 views

Why did you choose to be a Nuclear Power Reactor Operator?

When did you most feel being a Nuclear Power Reactor Operator was right for you?

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Edwin165 views

where would i search about nuclear power operator work

what wedsites

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Edmund449 views

What’s the best way to get into the nuclear physics field?

I have always been interested in nuclear physics, and I was wondering how best to enter the field, whether through an internship, basic career entry, or post-doc.

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How dangerous is the career of being a Nuclear engineer?. How much school was required.?

I need to know so i can know how many years i will be school for and if training is needed. Also, what is the income and positive outcome of the job.

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Jacky897 views

What are the requirements to be a nuclear engineer?

#engineer #nuclear #engineering # #industrial-engineering #work

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Jacky520 views

What are the benefits to be a nuclear engineer?

#nuclear #engineer #monitoring #physics #mathematics

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Matthew1035 views

Is there a growing demand for nuclear engineers?

#engineering #nuclear-engineering

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Matthew812 views

. As I am only in 10th grade, what courses should i take in high school if I am looking to go into nuclear engineering.

#engineering #nuclear-engineering

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Matthew556 views

I am thinking about Nuclear Engineering as my major in college. As I am only in 10th grade, what courses should i take in High School

#engineering #nuclear-engineering

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Nicholas647 views

What is working as a ET Nuke like?

I’ve really been looking into going into the Navy and trying to become a Electrical Technician in the Nuclear field after graduating college and was just wondering if anyone had experience working in or with someone in that field. #military #nuclear-engineering

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Dylan764 views

What job opportunities are available to nuclear engineers?

I'm interested in studying nuclear engineering because (with my limited knowledge) it seems to me to be a great alternative to fossil fuel and nonrenewable energy resources when handled safely, but I feel as though the job market for nuclear engineers is small and there's a very specific niche for those with degrees in nuclear engineering. I'd like to know the odds of finding a job in this field straight from college, and perhaps how difficult earning a degree is compared to other engineering disciplines such as mechanical or chemical? #engineering #nuclear-engineering

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Elizabeth1065 views

What is the most important piece of advice you would give to a future female engineer?

I am very interested in an engineering career and I want to know some great advice for a female in this industry. #engineering #mechanical-engineering #aerospace-engineering #chemical-engineering #industrial-engineering #nuclear-engineering

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Elizabeth966 views

What is the best way to figure out which kind of engineering to go into?

I know I want to pursue a career in engineering, I'm just not sure which one is right for me and don't know the best ways to figure out which one I'd be most successful in. #engineering #mechanical-engineering #civil-engineering #electrical-engineering #aerospace-engineering #chemical-engineering #industrial-engineering #nuclear-engineering

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Tyler1054 views

How did you become an Engineer?

In more detail, I would like to know what degree you were going for and why it interests you, as well as how much scholarship money you received and how you got it. I would also like to know if being an Engineer is worth carrying a bunch of stress. One more thing, if you could redo things in your past (referring to applying for college and pursuing degrees), what would you do differently? #engineering #mechanical-engineering #computer-engineering #software-engineering #aerospace-engineering #chemical-engineering #industrial-engineering #nuclear-engineering

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Brittany808 views

How relevant is a French degree in the US?

I will be studying in France but returning to the US #research #nuclear-engineering

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Brittany707 views

What kind of nuclear waste research is funded in the US?

I am a nuclear engineering graduate student seeking to do research #research #nuclear-engineering #nuclear-science

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Abigail4292 views

Why is being creative important for engineers?

Hey everyone! I am a current high school sophomore and I am considering becoming an engineer. I'm considering civil engineering, software engineering and nuclear engineering. I have a STEM club at my school, and this is something we were going to talk about in one of our meetings, but our time got cut short. I know math and science are important for an engineer and STEM in general, however there are also soft skills that school can't teach you that are important as well like, maybe, thinking creatively. #engineering #engineer #nuclear-engineering

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