Marine Engineer Kaya Ross|2nd period


Marine Engineers design, construct, maintain, and support commercial, naval, and recreational vessels and the equipment that propels and controls them. They additionally work with various offshore structures and other floating systems.


As of 2015 the average salary of a Marine Engineer is $93,110 per year.

Working Conditions

Marine Engineers work both outside and inside and in offices and labs.


Marine Engineers must have a minimum of a bachelors degree in marine engineering.

Rise in Demand

The job growth for a Marine Engineer is 9% from 2014-2024.


Responsibilities for a marine biologist are to design and construct water vessels and the equipment used to propel and steer them.



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