Work & Purpose

Job Outlook: Architecture and Engineering

Possibilities range from landscaping to nuclear energy

Architecture and engineering provide skill and knowledge in the building of structures, machines and processes in various fields.

The employment possibilities range from landscaping to nuclear energy.

The following profiles describe what each occupation does, the work environment, training, pay scale and employment projections for the 2010-20 decade.

Aerospace engineering and operations technicians Environmental engineers
Aerospace engineers Health and safety engineers
Architectural engineers Industrial engineering technicians
Architects Industrial engineers
Biomedical engineers Landscape architects
Cartographers and photogrammetrists Marine engineers and naval architects
Chemical engineers Materials engineers
Civil engineering technicians Mechanical engineering technicians
Civil engineers Mechanical engineers
Computer hardware engineers Mining and geological engineers
Drafters Nuclear engineers 
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians Petroleum engineers
Electrical and electronic engineers  Surveying and mapping technicians
Electro-mechanical technicians Surveyors
Environmental engineering technicians

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