Mechanical Engineering: An Evergreen career

January 10, 2017

After years of hard work and dedication, you have finally qualified the engineering entrance exam, but are now are confused to choose which stream. Mechanical engineering attracts you, but you are not aware of the future of this career, then here I can help you. First of all ask yourself, that whether you are interested in development and production of tools, research, machinery and other mechanical appliances , or not. Mechanical engineering will involve all this and it is in demand in all the fields of technology. Read on to know what makes this field an evergreen career in today’s world.


Mechanical Engineering is one of the broadest and oldest branches of engineering. Mechanical engineers have good understanding of kinematics (the science of objects in motion), mechanics, energy and thermodynamics. So, they are employed in almost every industry. Depending on the College, completing a degree in Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering can take four or five years. And like other streams the curriculum is all about concentrated studies in mathematics and physics.

Mechanical engineers are recruited in public as well as private sectors. They have a number of career options. Every reputed or small manufacturing and production company requires these professional for smooth functioning. The career opportunities in this field are immense and highly lucrative also. Most of these technologists and technicians work in the architectural and engineering field. Mechanical Engineering Technologist, Electro-Mechanical Technicians, Mechanical Engineering Technician, and Electromechanical Engineering Technologist are the job titles which they are awarded according to their work. According to BLS, the need for mechanical technicians is expected to increase at a great pace in the coming years. And their median salaries are also going to increase considerably. So, a very bright future is waiting for all these professionals.