Aerospace Engineering

Seth Baker

On a typical day, Aerospace engineers work in labs testing aircraft and their components, or investigate crashes to find out what went wrong and fix it to prevent further accidents.

Average Starting Salary

$68,971

Education Requirements

The minimal education requirement to become an Aerospace Engineer is a bachelors degree. Many companies seek higher educations for higher level positions requiring a masters degree or a Ph. D.

Why I Want to be One

I want to be an aerospace engineer because I have always been fascinated with planes and aeronautic vehicles. It is something that would be equally challenging and entertaining and would keep life fresh while working as one.