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i am a student of +2 nonmed i want to now what should i do after +2
to became an aeronautical engineer?
what is its salary?
what should be a qualification:?
-- gaurav kumar gumber, June 29, 2005
The salaries of aeronautical engineers in the U.S. vary quite a bit with the economy. They were very high in the 1960s and then fell to just about $0 the recession of the 1970s. A lot of guys who had held good jobs ended up working in fast food restaurants. Most of the investment in new aerospace designs is military and thus the jobs require U.S. citizenship.
If you like sitting at a desk and dealing with equations, paperwork, and bureaucracy it might be a good career for you. You'll probably want at least a master's degree in aero/astro engineering.
-- Philip Greenspun, July 16, 2005
i am a student of +2 nonmed i want to now what should i do after +2 to became an aeronautical engineer? what is its salary? what should be a qualification:?
-- Globus Communications, August 27, 2007
. i am anitha
-- anitha devi, May 30, 2009
HOW WILL GET THIS STUDYIES ? HOW MUCH GET SALARY?
-- WASIM FYROSE ABUBACKER, May 8, 2010
you can attend the test of AIEEE. if you score a top renk , & have above 75% in physics, chemistry, maths or bio, then you can try for it. salary of this engineering will be near about 50000/- ok. good luck
-- himanshu joshi, May 27, 2010
-- siva ranjan, December 16, 2010