What They Do
Aerospace engineers work on air crafts like gliders and space shuttles. They design and develop or help manufacture air crafts and rockets and space crafts.
Work conditions & Environment
Working conditions are usually inside a lab or outside investigating crashes and failures. In the lab they test air crafts and investigate failures to improve the air craft.
Aerospace engineers job employment is changing 2014-24 by -1,600 which is a 2% decrease difference. many aerospace jobs are declining and less jobs and there's no on the job training.
The education needed for an aerospace engineer is typically a masters degree or a Ph.D. and with some mechanical engineering degrees may specialize in aerospace work.
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