NRE-MP Engineering - Radiological engineers could also find...

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Aren Alvarez GT 1000 10/07/09 Nuclear and Radiological Engineering/Medical Physics Nuclear engineering is a very interesting field. Nuclear power produces roughly 20% of the nation’s electricity. One could go to graduate school, or even find jobs in fields such as the nuclear power industry, the radiological industry, or even the nuclear navy.
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Unformatted text preview: Radiological engineers could also find jobs working with public safety, food irradiation, medical imaging, or radiation therapy. It is the second highest paying job in the engineering industry. The required hours are about 126 hours. I will consider this field, but I prefer a more English based engineering field....
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