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The Best Ever Jobs In: Engineering

Rob Colson

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Work & industry / world of work (Children's / Teen

Will your future career be in the exciting world of engineering? This book will show you that there is so much more to engineering jobs than studying buildings.

If you want to be an aerospace engineer, mess about with chemical reactions, a gadget designer, a nanoengineer designing things on a microscopic scale or even a geothermal engineer, then you're going to need to study STEM subjects at school. There are lots of careers that use engineering in one way or another and this book will open your eyes and your mind to the exciting possibilities that engineering can bring.

Delve in and read about some exciting jobs that may inspire you in your future career. You never know where an engineering career will take you. You might end up at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, building a geothermal dam, working on a mega-tunnel, and your engineering designs could even end up being used at the bottom of the ocean or even in outer space.

Famous and leading scientists in their fields are featured throughout. You'll also go behind the scenes with NASA, Crossrail, one of the world's largest shipyards and a geothermal power plant to discover more about how these engineers do their jobs.

This series is ideal for readers aged 9+ who are considering their options at school. Many children worry about job opportunities in the future and these books highlight a great range of jobs in STEM and STEAM subject areas, which can help inspire them to think about where they want their lives to take them.

Titles in the series:

The Best Ever Jobs in Art
The Best Ever Jobs in Engineering

The Best Ever Jobs in Maths
The Best Ever Jobs in Science
The Best Ever Jobs in Technology

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