Engineering jobs that are in demand right now

If you're a natural problem-solver, there's a job in engineering with your name on it.

Engineering jobs that are in demand right now

Got a problem? An engineer can help with that.

Engineers are problem-solvers, and in our busy and ever-growing world, there's no shortage of problems to solve. Engineers are in demand to help rebuild the national infrastructure, improve transportation, find new sources of energy, clean up the environment, and build new products. It sounds like a lot of work because it is, in fact, a lot of work. Architecture and engineering jobs are projected to grow 4% from 2018 to 2028, about as fast as the average for all occupations. That translates to about 113,300 new jobs.

Engineering comprises six major branches: mechanical, chemical, civil, electrical, management, and geotechnical. Under each of those main branches are hundreds of varied subcategories. Below are but a few of the engineering jobs that are in demand right now. Check them out, and click through for all the available job opportunities.

Aerospace | Chemical | Civil | Electrical and Electronics | Engineering -- General | Environmental | Food Research | Industrial | Manufacturing and Product | Mechanical | Nuclear | Optical | Petroleum | Quality | Telecommunications | Engineering Management | Engineering Support and Technicians
 

Aerospace

Chemical

Civil

Electrical and Electronics

Engineering -- General

Environmental

Food research

Industrial

Manufacturing and product

Mechanical

Nuclear

Optical

Petroleum

Quality

Telecommunications

Engineering management

Engineering support and technicians

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