Aerospace Engineer Patrick Vance

Aerospace Engineers Duties:

Aerospace engineers design, build, and test airframes.


Starting salaries of roughly $56,000. The rate of pay increases quickly from there.

working environment:

Nasa is the place for these workers, solveing math and sience problems.


They have sent a man to the moon and have sent a rover to mars and have put sadalights into orbit.


every worker needs atleast a bacholars digree.

increass over the years:

by 5% and riseing by 2020

job responsibilities:

Aerospace engineers in the United States tend to work for large aerospace focused companies in the vein of Boeing, Lockheed-Martin, and Northrop-Grumman. In addition, they are often found working for government agencies such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the North American Space Administration (NASA).



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