Aerospace Engineering

By Bernadette Azadeh

What Type Of Work Does An Aerospace Engineering Do?

Aerospace Engineers test a part from an aircraft after a crash to find out why it failed. They also do service and prepare the space shuttle for its next launch.The other thing they do is that they prototype a communications satellite that will allow calls from anywhere on Earth. The last thing they do is they test solid rocket booster to help determine which one will perform the best at liftoff.

What Is The Current Salary Of An Aerospace Engineer?

An Aerospace Engineer makes a salary of $120,067. The median of money they make is $101,951.

What are the working conditions of a Aerospace?

They usually work indoors. They sometimes hear very loud noises so earplugs are needed. Also other needed protective gear when it is necessary. (Ex. Gloves, safety goggles, etc.)

What are the major job responsibilities of an Aerospace?

They are responsible for,

  • The health and safety and work outcomes of people on their design teams.
  • To communicate with co-workers and customers daily by phone, e-mail, and in person.
  • To write letters and memo's monthly.
  • Work on teams.
  • Have a average amount of social contact.

Is There A Demand For Aerospace In The Future?

I think there would be a lot of demand because Aerospace Engineers need to make sure everything is safe with the earth. I think in the future they would change it big time maybe even get robots and send them out and robots can explain everything like a real human.

What Kind Of Education Is Needed For Aerospace Engineers?

You will need a Masters Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Associates Degree, and lastly Professional Degree.
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What impact do you think engineers will have on your future?

Engineers do a big impact in life because the improvement it has made is beyond better than 1800's. I do think that in the future that there would be many other devices doing a job and more and more new jobs will come out.

Do you think you’d be interested in pursuing a career in engineering? Why or why not?

I love how engineering works but I wouldn't do it as a job, engineering is awesome but not for me as a job.
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