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6 Hot Careers in Engineering

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Engineering continues to be a hot career for college grads. an article in the Huffington Post on unemployment by college degree, the unemployment rate for general engineers is 7%. Exploration and Production are deemed to fall within the upstream sector of the oil and gas industry” How Much They Make – Based on charts from the Society of Petroleum Engineers ( [link] ), the global mean base salary is north of $150,000 plus an additional $64,000 of other compensation.

5 Hot Careers in Engineering

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It’s a really tough job market for college grads these days and, while Engineering careers tend to pay quite well, much depends on the specialty and demand for that specialty. According to an article in the Huffington Post on unemployment by college degree, the unemployment rate for general engineers is 7%. Chemical Engineering -. How Much They Make – The average chemical engineer salary is $90,000 with the higher end at $135,000.

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As an unlikely example, your college roommate named Mark Zuckerberg. That is how one survives in the very competitive jungle that is the business world: continual adaptation to changing technology and tastes, and growing in any number of strategic ways – before your competitors do so. Sklover, of Sklover & Company, LLC, a law firm dedicated to the counsel and representation of employees in matters of their employment, compensation and severance.

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Posted by Marc KS on December 16, 2009 at 1:19 pm | permalink | Reply Absolutely right about STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics) companies. If you work in, say, aircraft manufacturing or the chemical process industry, you'll be in a guy shop. " A black man with a college degree has the same chance as being hired as a white man with a felony conviction Posted by Lee on December 16, 2009 at 1:20 pm | permalink | Reply I haven't clicked through to the list.

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