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Five different career paths for an Engineering graduate

Five different career paths for an Engineering graduate

Engineers are traditionally expected to join an engineering firm or a large company after the completion of their graduate degree, but just because you have a degree in engineering does not mean you have to pick a stereotypical job for your future.

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Your final year is the right time to decide what you want to do with the rest of your life. Let us explore some relevant career options:

Study further

After a bachelor’s degree in engineering, you have a long list of options available to you. The right master’s degree from a reputed or a foreign university can help you find a way in any line of work. An engineering degree equips you with much more than just technical knowledge, you can put that into use and explore other paths like management and law.  Realise your interests and potentials and then choose a way forward.

Become an entrepreneur

Today’s engineers have a ton of ideas. So why not put them into practice? While studying in college for your Engineering degree, you might have a few ideas about the problems in today’s markets in any sector. If you know you can solve that problem, you should definitely think about starting your own venture. Many colleges in India offer resources for startups beginning in the college and even put you in touch with the mentors and industry professionals.

Do an internship first

After graduating, most people expect you to find a job. But, how about exploring your career options first? A three to six months internship is a great way to find out what industries interest you. As an Engineer, you might be a great problem solver, so why not intern in the Human Resources department of a company? Contrary to the popular belief, an internship is the perfect opportunity to learn and grow.

Research-based engineering project

If you like exploring topics that interest you, then research-based projects are a great way to begin, you can start with picking a research-based final year project in college. After graduation, you can apply to companies that have a research department, or if you have a flair for teaching, can even look into PhD programs.

Turn your hobby into your passion

Engineers are best known for their logical thinking and problem-solving skills. If you can combine that with your hobby and turn it into something profitable, it would be a great way to kick-start your professional career.

Today, your educational qualification does not hold you back from exploring unusual avenues in your career and future. Armed with your Engineering degree, you can put all your skills to a great use in any career path you choose. If in doubt, you can always reach out to your professors or career counselors and ask for advice on how to approach your career goals.

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