When Aerospace Engineer An Aerospace engineers use advanced advanced

When having to choose a career that you have be be in for the next 50 years of your life it can be very hard. It has to be something you like to do, something you have the ability to do, something you can earn a living doing, something you are permitted to do, and something that brings cultural affirmation. Many test can help you find a job that best fits you. After I took some of these tests, I got an aerospace engineer and chemist. My free choice is a nuclear engineer. Out of these three choices, I think that I will like and want to pursue an aerospace engineer the most. Aerospace Engineer An Aerospace engineers use advanced advanced education and experience in mechanical, electrical, materials or computer engineering disciplines to plan and construct spacecrafts and aircrafts. The engineers that deal with spacecrafts are called astronautical engineers, and those who deal with aircrafts are called aeronautical engineers. Most of the aerospace engineers are mainly in one area of the field, such as propulsion systems, flight mechanics, guidance and control systems, aerodynamics or robotics(Study.com). The typical tasks of an aerospace engineers can greatly vary because of how many different fields there are. One task they perform is to direct and coordinate the design they are working on and to test if it works according to the design. Also, they assess project proposals to see if they are technically and financially feasible(Truity). If a part of the spacecraft or aircraft has malfunctioned or been damaged, they inspect the products to identify sources of problems and possible solutions to them(study.com). Finally, they make sure that each projects they work on meet quality standards(Truity). Aerospace engineers can also be incharge of production designing methods and manufacturing facilities, or monitoring projects that have been going on for a while( study.com). There are five main education requirements for an aerospace engineer. They include: engineering and technology, mathematics, design, physics, and computers and electronics(Naviance.com). From 2016 tests, the hourly earnings for an aerospace engineer is $52.72 and $109,650 per year. The job outlook in the next ten years for this job is supposed to grow by 6%(bureau of labor statistics). I  was very surprised on how how much information was on this job. Chemist   The second of my careers is a chemist. A chemist looks for new knowledge about chemicals and uses it to improve the way we live. They also help us reduce the use of energy and pollution by oil refining and petrochemical processing(The Balance). Some of chemist typical tasks include, conducting qualitative and quantitative chemical analyses or chemical experiments in laboratories. Also, they prepare test solutions, compounds, and reagents for lab personnel to conduct tests. They analyze organic and inorganic compounds to determine chemical and physical properties(career planner.com). A Bachelor’s degree and a Masters is required to become a chemist. Just like an aerospace engineer, there are five main education required. They include: chemistry, mathematics, production and processing, computers and electronics, and english language(naviance.com). The hourly earnings for a chemist is about $45 per hour and $80,000 per year(Recruiter). Chemist usually work in laboratories and offices. This is where they conduct experiments and analyze their results. Others work outdoors to collect samples and conduct onsite analysis of air, soil, or water. The job outlook for Chemist in 2014 was about 3%(bureau of labor statistics). Nuclear Engineer   FInally, for my own choices for a career, I choose a nuclear engineer. Nuclear engineers conduct research on nuclear engineering projects or apply principles and theory of nuclear science to problems concerned with release, control, and use of nuclear energy and nuclear waste disposal(naviance). There are many typical tasks for a nuclear engineer. First, they develop and design nuclear equipment. Also they direct operating or maintenance activities of nuclear power plants to make sure they run safely and meet the safety standards. Nuclear engineers also do experiments to see whether methods of using nuclear materials or disposing of nuclear wastes are acceptable. Finally, they look at nuclear accidents and gather data that can be used to prevent them from happening again(Truity). If wanting to pursue this career, a masters is needed. The five main education required include: Engineering and technology, physics, mathematics, design, and chemistry(naviance). Nuclear engineers make about $50 hourly, and about $102,000 per year(Sokanu). The national job outlook in the next ten years is about 4%(bureau of labor statistics). Conclusion.