Need to Interview a mechanical engineer, Please help

by Saul Mandujano  |  12 years ago

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I know this is under civil engineering but there isn't a section for meachanical

Hi, I need to interview a mechanical engineer for a school career project and I was wondering if a mechanical engineer is nice enough to answer some questions. I am really interested in studying to be one (currently a sophomore in High school so it's not that far away) and would really appreciate it if you guys would help me out

Here are the questions, sorry if there are too many

1. Exactly what tasks might I do on the job?

2. Would I travel? Where and how often?

3.How would I be supervised?

4. Is there any danger to my health or physical safety?

5. What do you like most about your job? the least?

6. Would you work evenings, weekends, or holidays?

7. How large is the occupation? Does it have a fast average, or slow rate of growth?

8. How much education or training is required to qualify in the job market and meet legal certification or licensing requirements?

9. How long does it take?

10. What kind of high school or college program is required?

11. How high could I rise in the field?

12. Would I need an additional education?

13. What is the base annual salary for the job at entry, middle, and top-level?

14. Does the job pay overtime?

15. Are there bonuses given for superior performance?

16. Do I have a reasonable chance to find a job in this field?

17. Is this a field that might permit me to start my own business?

18. Are the hours irregular? long or short?

19. How would my tasks relate to my co-workers?

20. Would I chiefly work with data, people, or things?

Also can you please include your name and who you are employed by, my teacher might think I made it all up if I don't provide it.

Thanks in advance if anyone answers the questions.

 Tags: engineer, Help, interview, mechanical, Please



  1. Guest10318114
    i feel like answering that kid but i don't enough have time. I just graduated with a BSc in mechanical engineering. It's the most beautiful thing you can find in college, and after you graduate, you'll find it is the broadest field in terms of jobs you can take.. they are not all good, however, and you would be probably lost - like me - on what career you should choose. Good luck.

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