Aerospace engineers are expected to have 10 percent growth in employment over the projections decade, about as fast as the
average for all occupations.
Increases in the number and scope of military aerospace projects likely will generate new jobs. In addition, new technologies
expected to be used on commercial aircraft produced during the next decade should spur demand for aerospace engineers.
The employment outlook for aerospace engineers appears favorable. The number of degrees granted in aerospace engineering has
declined for many years because of a perceived lack of opportunities in this field. Although this trend has reversed, new
graduates continue to be needed to replace aerospace engineers who retire or leave the occupation for other reasons.
Source: FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
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