Careers in STEM

     STEM Professionals are creative problem-solvers who aim to improve the world, increase productivity, and help people live better lives.They apply math and science principles to design everything from 3-D televisions to bionic body parts to hybrid cars. Just imagine how many engineers worked to improve airplanes so that they can carry up to 800 people—or, how many engineers created the Kingda Ka roller coaster that travels at 128 miles per hour! Engineers not only work on exciting projects, but are also part of a growing field with above-average salaries. We'll give you an overview of some of the common types of engineers and their job duties—but this is just the beginning. 

Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Electrical/Computer Engineering

Electrical/Computer Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Automotive Engineering

Automotive Engineering

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Industrial Engineering

Industrial engineering combines traditional engineering skills with business savvy, working toward two main goals: 1) create high-quality products and services, and 2) obtain the highest level of productivity from people, the equipment they work with, and processes by which they do their work. Most industrial engineers used to work in manufacturing—from cars to furniture to cool electronics—many now focus on healthcare, banking, airline, entertainment, and retail. (Median salary: $80,358)