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November 25, 2019 / 0 Comments
Engineers have played a crucial role throughout history by designing, building and maintaining systems, from necessary infrastructure to sophisticated automation. Labour organisations around the world believe that engineering will remain in-demand in the future across a variety of disciplines.
With the continuous development of technology, now is an exciting time to start a career in engineering. Whether you plan to be a mechanical design engineer or a technician, there’s a bright future ahead of you in the following fields:
With the constant push for automation in many industries, there is a need for more electronics, mechanical and mechatronic engineers. Robotic systems have moved beyond the simple repetitive tasks, with modern systems like humanoid robots becoming more dexterous than their predecessors.
In chemical, food, manufacturing and pharmaceutical industries, there is a need for chemical engineers to improve processes, enhance safety and reduce costs. As a chemical engineer, you can work across a variety of businesses.
Civil engineering has been a highly sought-after job for years. The high demand is likely to continue as populations grow and the need to build, repair and replace infrastructure increases. The civil engineering industry is extensive, with a range of fields to explore, such as:
• Environmental engineering
• Road/highway engineering
• Structural engineering
• Transportation engineering
Electrical engineering is another engineering field that is still growing, as there is a surge in demand for experts who can update current systems with electronic components. The field is broad, and you can explore career paths for electronic, instrumentation or power engineering.
Industrial engineers develop systems that improve a company’s manufacturing processes, minimise waste and reduce costs. They can work across almost any business sector.
Petroleum engineers are responsible for designing drilling methods and equipment, as well as for implementing the monitoring of drilling programmes. Although there is a push for renewable energy sources across the world, oil is likely to remain an in-demand resource in the future. Oil and gas engineers find optimal ways to extract oil reserves and improve production levels at existing sites.
Technology continues to develop, and the need for software engineers and developers encompasses various sectors like autonomous vehicles, healthcare and space explorations. With Industry 4.0 in full swing, there is a need for engineers who can develop systems that can make processes efficient without human interactions and decisions.
This list is by no means comprehensive, and many other fields are expected to grow over the next few years. Whatever field you choose for an engineering career, know that you are part of a community that continues to create developments in society.
At Future Engineering Recruitment Ltd, we aim to place the right engineers in the right jobs. As engineering recruitment specialists, we turn aspiring engineers into successful industry professionals. We offer opportunities to anyone who shows a skill set, determination and passion for the industry.
Our knowledge and expertise have made us the recruiter of choice of small- to medium-sized engineering companies in the UK. Visit our website to browse the current vacancies.