Mechanical engineers are usually recruited from the engine parts industry, where wages are relatively low.
They typically work on large engine blocks or engines for engines such as Mercedes Benz’ V8 and BMW’s 1.8-litre petrol engine.
But some of the jobs in engine manufacturing pay far less than they do in other fields, such as machining parts, welding, and carpentry.
In some cases, they earn as little as £9.80 an hour.
However, with the advent of electronic control systems, it’s now possible to design a machine that uses sensors and other technologies to make the job easier, such a high-tech hydraulic pump, which pumps water through a turbine in an engine block.
But if you’re hoping to become a mechanic, you need to know how to find and interview a job.
Mechanical engineering job interview checklist: How to interview Mechanical engineers at the factory In a recent report, Al Jazeera spoke to about 50 Mechanical Engineering Job Seekers from around the world.
They said they were concerned about the lack of job opportunities in the industry, which they said was a big problem.
Many Mechanical Engineers had been lured by the promise of better pay, but they were afraid they would have to leave the industry.
Al Jazeera also spoke to Mechanical Engineers who were worried about the job market.
The Mechanical Engineers interviewed said they would not recommend taking up the job.
Alias: Mechanical Engineer (MEG), Mechanical Engineer for Engineering (ME) Source Al Jazeera England