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1. Petroleum Engineer

1.1. Compatibility is 81%

1.2. Some things a petroleum engineer does are petroleum engineer studies the engineering and geological data to determine the most likely areas that oil can be found, They often have to travel to foreign countries and stay there to help in oil promblems, petroleum engineer is involved in nearly all phases of production in oil, Petroleum Engineers work in finding reservoir, they also watch and make sure the oil is drilled properly, and they also decide on the equipment needed at the drill site.

1.3. Petroleum engineers must have a bachelor's degree in engineering, preferably in petroleum engineering. Although it is preferred to have a petroleum engineer degree the following degrees in mechanical, civil, or chemical engineering may also meet employer requirements

1.4. Projected to grow by 4% in the years 2018 to 2028

1.5. The average across Canada payment very similar across provinces is $47,000

2. Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians

2.1. Compatibility is 80%

2.2. Electrical and electrical engineers don't have a huge variety in their job. Electrical and electrical engineer design new technologies, develop and progress technologies even further, test their technology, and they also supervise the manufacture of electrical equipment.

2.3. To become an engineer you must have a bachelor's degree from a school accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology. Most employers will look for this.

2.4. Projected growth is 2 percent in the years 2018 to 2080

2.5. In New Brunswick the average is $98,000 and in Alberta it is $89,000 per year

3. Geological Engineer

3.1. Biological Engineers are mainly involved deeply with the environment. Geological engineers Geological engineers find better ways to build and manage landfills, They find safer ways to dispose of toxic chemicals and garbage, and to manage sewage, Transportation infrastructures depend on geological engineers to determine strong terrain and safe pathways for airports, railways, highways, and even pipelines, They develop ways to mine hard-to-access resources, and in the least polluting manner, and they design dikes and they work at preventing shoreline erosion.

3.2. Compatibility is 79%

3.3. needed education is a bachelor's degree in geological engineering or in a related discipline, preferably from an accredited program.

3.4. It is said to grow by a 3 percent from 2018 to 2028

3.5. Roughly for all provinces the average seems to be $70,000 dollars and a high of $140,000. there is no price per province it is all very similar.

4. Biomedical Engineer

4.1. Compatibility is 75%

4.2. Biomedical engineers have a massive range of things to choose from because of their qualifacation as a biomedical engineer. They can work with ecological fields, to bioprocessing, to biofuels and bioenergy research and production, to food processing and genetic engineering. So the list for Biomedical engineers is very vast.

4.3. the education you need is you must at least have a bachelors in biomedical engineering. That bachelors degree is a combination of engineering, medical, and chemistry areas.

4.4. Is said to grow by 4 percent from 2018 to 2028

4.5. In British Columbia the average pay is $68,000 and in Ontario it is $60,000 per year.