Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineer Jocelyn damron 7th period


This career option, along with many, varies in the work performed. Aeronautical/aerospace engineers may work on building or improvising gliders, space shuttles, and other aircraft. Others may choose to work on the navigation systems and manufacturing techniques of the aircraft being built. Aerospace engineering doesn't always end with someone on the moon either, sometimes it ends with someone or something on the other side of the world!


An aeronautical engineer's job is never done, or easy, but it is rewarded. The average pay for this type of engineering is $107,830 a year. That means they're getting paid $51.84 an hour.

Working Conditions

Aerospace engineers typically work in an indoor, office environment. This is because highly advanced computers are needed for designing, building, tests, evaluations, etc...


The lowest amount of schooling needed to be an aeronautical engineer would be a bachelor's degree. For high school students seeking to become this type on engineer should look at classes such as chemistry, physics, and lots of math. Algebra, trigonometry, and calculus are suggested.

Job Outlook

Although the job outlook is declining, ( -2% ) the outlook changes based on new technologies and data. Therefore, this outlook is only temporary. It is very easy to increase or decrease.

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