Nuclear Power Reactor Operator
How to begin living at Springfield.
What kind of education do I need?
If you wanna go overboard with the education, I'd go to Texas A&M to get that degree in mechanical and computer engineering.
What skills do I need then?
Side note: You would have had studied chemistry, physics, algebra, geometry, algebra II, English; if available, applied technology, computer science in high school to get the job to.
Do I have those skills?
That aside, I do posses those skills, for at a very young age I started designing machines and reactors. I hopefully will gain the education required by the time I'm done with Texas A&M, or go to the naval academy.
Side note #2: You can skip college and go in to the naval nuclear academy, where they will teach you how to run and manage the reactors, as well as college credits, and I mean a lot.
Inception side note: You have to pass a REALLY hard test in order to get in to the academy, and they only the best make it.
Annual Salary of a nuclear power reactor operator
Does it increase?
Does that extra education pay off?
Well what do you do?
How long do I have to work for?
Where can this work be found?
Side note#3: You're gonna want some glasses eventually if your gonna be starring at a monitor all day.
Interview Question time!
2. Have you worked with another power plant?
3. Do you have experience with nuclear fission and monitoring?
4. Are you very mechanically inclined?
5. Do you have an associates degree?
6. Do you have any specializations other than our required standards?
7. Have you graduated college with more than an associates degree?
8. Can you stay awake for more than 10 hours?
9. Does electrical light from a monitor bother your eyes?
10. What is your desired pay?
Bonus question: Are you Homer Simpson?