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    succeeded in whittling the log of choices down to fewer options. The same goes for the possible careers, though the list itself names fewer specific job opportunities than general fields of expertise. In addition to this, I conducted research on each major and career in order to find the requirements for the individual fields. These include age limits, physical requirements, and course requirements. Despite the difficulties,…

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    Throughout years of mechanical engineering people have trusted their lives to mechanical engineers. Through hard work and perseverance mechanical engineers have made the world what it is today. It’s inspiring to wake up and think one day, I will create marvelous creations that will contribute and improve the world. My suitability for a career in the mechanical engineer sector is obvious after researching job history and reason for job; duties of this career; earning in this field; necessary…

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    Engineering is the field of sciences where applications of scientific subjects are used both theoretically and physically in order to innovate, design and construct new things for the betterment of the world. Engineering has been around since the 3rd century playing its role for the revolution of mankind and unlocking new doors to explore more. Technology’s main core element is engineering itself. Over the centuries that has passed through, the technologies that are invented are impacting in the…

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    main village of Verser I get a nice glimpse of the rice fields that dot this small island. You see, here on the Island of Zanene, rice is their livelihood. To them, rice is their life. They have a whole religion set up with Pedia (Goddess of Rice) and Lisia (Goddess of Rain). Everyone at some point in their life has worked on the rice field. The Queen of Zanene is actually rather proud and boasts about her service of working in the fields. Zanene is a matriarchy. There are 4 main classes in…

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    part of engineering that have many aspects that are important in design. Aerospace engineers often tackle challenges in the office utilizing data and overseeing operations on daily basis. There have been failures and successes that make this field one of the most rigorous fields. Aerospace engineering can be considered one of the least forgiving forms of engineering, but it is worth the effort and achievements that come with it. There are many different subsections of aerospace engineering.…

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    to graduate school labs. My father dedicated his life, passion, and determination to his emotional engineering research and students. I grew up watching my father formulate innovative hypotheses and implement them in real-life engineering systems; from these observations, I have grown my own passion and determination to achieve something similar in my future. I pursued my education in engineering in college, and although my grades in my initial years were not excellent, I have matured as a…

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    has been a large increase in science, engineering, and technology in the workforce. Alabama has also seen the increase in jobs in those fields and is trying to set up its school systems to be stronger in the different areas. The state of Alabama believes that science, engineering, technology, and society are all interdependent and should be taught in a way that shows their connectedness. The position that they stand behind is science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education…

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    STEM Woman

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    there are still many career fields in which women are underrepresented. Evidence of the aforementioned disproportionate representation is clearly evident in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields. As a STEM woman, this confounded me. What factors contributed to the lack of strong female presence-- a phenomenon which I considered an anomaly. Were there any recognized biological differences which made men more capable of achieving success in STEM fields than women? “In 1990,…

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    As briefly stated, during the past 5 years, I first started as an FEA and stress analysis responsible for design and engineering of the de-oiling units, but soon I got promoted to a senior mechanical engineer that became involved in different aspects of project execution, such as clients relationship, fabrication supervision, quality control, R&D and commissioning/start up support. In the last two years, due to the financial turmoil in the oil and gas market, I have been involved in budgeting…

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    STEM Career Progression

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    Across the United States, there is a huge demand for women of all ages in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) based careers. Many corporations have created programs to help generate more interest in women, especially at a young age. Learning the basics of STEM, demand for engineers, and programs for women have been essential to the development of keeping the attention from women. Consequently, the problem for a career in secondary education in math is the lack of interest…

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