Civil Engineer

Plan the infrastructure that moves people and commerce. These trained professionals plan and implement large-scale construction projects and systems.

  • design public works projects like roads, bridges, airports, and structural components of buildings and railways
  • apply mathematical formulas and principles in design work
  • use modelling software, survey data, and maps to create blueprints
  • manage projects timelines, budgets, and safety requirements
  • bachelor’s degree and internship required to obtain license

Earning potential for Minnesota:

$91,000 Annual Average

Source: Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED).

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