WORKING AS AN EQUIPMENT ENGINEER
If you don’t want to become an electrical or mechanical engineer but would still like a combination of both fields, you may consider studying to become an equipment engineer. Equipment engineers are responsible for designing, enhancing and maintaining mechanical, computer, or electrical devices.
In order to qualify for any position as an equipment engineer, you need to have a bachelor’s degree in an engineering field. The requirements of licensure are different for each state. A person with good analytical and communication skills who can analyze and resolve equipment maintenance issues can become an equipment engineer.
In the US, equipment engineers earn more than $87,000 per year with an hourly salary of $42. The bottom 10% of equipment engineers earn under $66,000 in a year, while the experienced engineers can make over $110,000 per year. It is a great career choice with an expected growth of 4% in the next ten years.
What Does an Equipment Engineer Do
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