Engineering Dream Jobs
Testing high-tech products and fighter planes are only some of the dream jobs for engineers
While we take pride in informing you of the most disgusting, vile and otherwise detestable jobs in science, IEEE Spectrum takes a slightly different approach in its annual presentation of engineering dream jobs. The magazine just released this year’s selections.
Some of the highlights:
* David Downey, a software engineer who tests high-tech biking and running gear for Garmin International’s fitness products division.
* James Brown, a test pilot on the F-22 Raptor for Lockheed Martin Corp.
* Roger Hill, who develops devices that can be attached to fish, marine mammals, and birds in order to monitor their functions and locations for Wildlife Computers.
Check out more of the list here.