Mechanical engineers are now a big part of the workforce, and as such, a key skill to get into a top engineering school.
And that’s exactly what a new survey from US engineering schools has found.
But the data may be misleading: the average college graduates with only a high-school diploma in engineering.
This means you can expect to graduate with a high school diploma in only two years.
That’s the same as for most of the US workforce.
The survey, conducted by the Association of American Universities and The Associated Schools, looked at the median graduating high school student in the US.
This is a survey of graduates, not of those who have gone on to become engineers.
It’s not all bad news for students from poor backgrounds.
The average US high school graduate has a college degree, at best.
But this doesn’t necessarily mean they will have a better job in the future.
There are lots of factors that can influence the job market.
The survey suggests that engineering graduates are more likely to be employed in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
These fields are important for the health of the economy, with higher-skilled jobs requiring higher levels of education.
This makes engineering graduates a natural choice for engineering jobs.
Another reason for a higher rate of engineering graduates is that, on average, high school graduates from lower-income families tend to take higher-paying jobs than those from wealthier families.
In general, the survey found that engineering is an attractive career.
The students surveyed were offered an average salary of $85,000 per year, well above the national average.
They were also offered some of the best benefits in a number of fields.
For example, students with a 4.0 grade-point average were offered the best financial aid packages.
They also received the best health insurance, which was higher than the national rate.
The survey also found that there were several ways in which students from less-advantaged backgrounds might be able to get a better education.
For instance, students who are part of a minority group might be better off if they attend a public school that has more students from their background.
Some of the biggest reasons students from poorer backgrounds might want to attend engineering school are: better job opportunities; more flexible work; and better pay.
A third reason for going to engineering school is that engineering students are less likely to get dropped from school, meaning they can focus on more technical and science-related studies.
This is the same rationale that universities provide to students who want to pursue a degree in any particular field.
But students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds tend to be less likely than those with a higher income to get this help.
This means that engineering schools need to do more to help students who come from less advantaged backgrounds.