Which college students are the most likely to work in engineering jobs?
Some of the biggest tech jobs in the world don’t require advanced degrees, but that doesn’t mean they’re not in demand, either.
That’s according to the latest data from CareerBuilder, which tracks job postings for engineers, and a new survey by the University of Michigan’s Graduate School of Business found that students in engineering positions are much more likely to apply than any other job type.
Among the top 10 engineering jobs listed by the site are research and development engineer, product manager, software engineer, computer systems engineer, and project manager, according to CareerBuilder.
They include:Computer systems engineerComputer systems engineers and systems managers, including computer systems engineersComputer systems developersComputer systems analystsSoftware engineersSoftware engineers and software developersSoftware engineersComputer system and network systems engineersSoftware software developersComputer system systems and network engineersSoftware developersSoftware programmersSoftware engineersand software developersSystems software developers and systems engineersSystems engineersSystem systems engineers Systems software developers Systems software engineersSystem developersSystem software developersand software engineersSoftware systems developersSystem systems developersAnd the top ten job categories that were listed are engineering software engineers, software systems engineers, systems software developers, systems developers, software system developers, and software systems developers.
The number of engineers employed in the U.S. has more than doubled in the past decade, and the number of jobs listed as software systems engineer has more then doubled since 2010.
It’s not surprising to see engineers employed at these engineering jobs, because of the skills and skillset that they need to design, build, and maintain software systems.
The list of engineering job types also includes systems and networks engineers, data scientists, and database systems engineers.
This data shows that engineers are becoming more sought after as they have more experience in these positions.
The list of jobs includes software engineers and developers.
This is why the jobs listed in the database search engine include people with computer systems, software development, and system software developers.
These are the people who build software applications, such as Microsoft Office, Google Docs, Google Maps, and Facebook Messenger.
And the list of people listed in a job posting for a database systems engineer includes systems developers who have built SQL Server databases and distributed applications.
The Graduate School’s survey shows that engineering majors are becoming much more sought-after, and are not only more likely than other majors to apply to engineering jobs.
Engineering graduates also have higher salaries than other graduates of the same degree.
This means that engineering graduates are able to afford to pay higher tuition at the University Of Michigan, which could lead to them graduating with more engineering degrees, or even more engineering jobs in their field of study.
This story is part of a series of posts about jobs that are currently out of reach for some students in the Engineering CareerBuilder database.
More posts will be added as more engineering job postings are released.