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The field of engineering is so diverse that it offers more career choices than almost any other professional field--and experts project that nearly 200,000 new engineering jobs will be created in the United States through the year 2026. Comments from people in the industry, current statistics and forecasts, and realistic descriptions provide a useful look at engineering jobs ranging from civil engineers to environmental engineers to map makers known as cartographers.
A Career in Biomedical Engineering by Melissa Abramovitz
Call Number: R 856.2 .A27 2018
Biomedical engineering is one of the fastest-growing areas of engineering, with new specialized sub-fields emerging all the time. Biomedical engineers can find jobs in private industry, colleges and universities, health care facilities, and government agencies. What the job entails, what it pays, and future prospects are discussed along with insights from industry insiders.
Engineering Your Future: A Brief Introduction to Engineering. 5th ed. by William Oakes; Les Leone
Call Number: TA 157 .O215 2015
Guide to the academic expectations and professional opportunities that help direct students down the path to a rewarding career in the engineering field.
Mechanical engineers design machines to improve transportation, explore the solar system, and save lives. This book examines the history of this branch of engineering, what mechanical engineers do today, and what's next for the field.
Gives experience-based, highly realistic guidance to a cross-section of young and even established engineers. Includes real world examples and case studies from a 45 year veteran in the engineering field.