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In today’s creative economy, a faculty career isn’t the only option for PhDs who are seeking engaging and rewarding work. PhDs work in every part of the economy – industry, nonprofits, higher education, and government.
As a Mechanical Engineer, you can find employment in virtually any field, including non-engineering focused industries such as finance, sales, education, law, government, management, medicine and research. Industry sectors that may be more focused as options would include the following:
By Ingrid Beute
Ingrid BeuteCareer Consultant, Engineering & Science
A mechanical engineer’s main role is to design, build and test thermal and mechanical devices. Their services are very diverse and are typically related to all parts of the planning and execution processes. Other …
The need for multilingual workers in roles across the government sector—from national security and intelligence, to diplomacy and the military—is both urgent and growing. Language proficient professionals make a difference protecting justice, saving lives, and promoting peace.