SnE_Guide CAREERS IN AVIATION AND AERODYNAMICS Pilot

There are a wide variety of careers in aviation, aerodynamics and related positions. We've listed a number for you to look at in the following pages. Some careers that we consider in aerodynamics might surprise you! Take a look at what we have. Your choices of categories include aviation and airplanes: People who design and build 'em; People who test and inspect 'em; People who fly 'em; People who fix 'em; and related careers: People at the airport; People who like things that fly; People who use airplanes in their work; and People who use aerodynamics but maybe don't know it. An asterisk in front of a job means that it is listed in more than one section.

Each section begins with a list of careers that require a college degree in a technical field: Mathematics, Science, or Engineering. We've also included interviews with people who work in these positions who would like you to know more about them and their work. In addition, we've listed some technical career choices that may not always require a college degree, but that usually require a solid background in math and science or some years of technical training either on the job or through technical schools. We hope you enjoy reading and hearing about these career possibilities!

PEOPLE WHO DESIGN AND BUILD 'EM

PEOPLE WHO TEST AND INSPECT 'EM

PEOPLE WHO FLY 'EM

PEOPLE WHO FIX 'EM

PEOPLE AT THE AIRPORT

PEOPLE WHO LIKE THINGS THAT FLY

PEOPLE WHO USE AIRPLANES IN THEIR WORK

PEOPLE WHO USE AERODYNAMICS BUT MAYBE DON'T KNOW IT



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