What's the best way for a more recent mechanical engineering graduate to get a better job?

Updated on : December 8, 2021 by Sam Kim



What's the best way for a more recent mechanical engineering graduate to get a better job?

Mechanical engineering is an engineering discipline that combines the principles of engineering physics and mathematics with materials science to design, analyze, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems. It is one of the oldest and most comprehensive engineering disciplines.

Career in Mechanical Engineering

As Mechanical Engineering it is one of the oldest branches of engineering. There are many options available in it. You can opt for higher studies or you can also opt for Work. I am sharing here with you details about both.

WORK AVENUES:

  • Product Design Engineer
  • Production manager
  • Technical engineer
  • Man
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Mechanical engineering is an engineering discipline that combines the principles of engineering physics and mathematics with materials science to design, analyze, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems. It is one of the oldest and most comprehensive engineering disciplines.

Career in Mechanical Engineering

As Mechanical Engineering it is one of the oldest branches of engineering. There are many options available in it. You can opt for higher studies or you can also opt for Work. I am sharing here with you details about both.

WORK AVENUES:

  • Product Design Engineer
  • Production manager
  • Technical engineer
  • Manufacturing Systems Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Instalation and maintenance
  • Research and Development Engineer
  • Production control supervisor

HIGHER STUDY OPTIONS

  • M.Tech Fluid Mechanics
  • Thermodynamics M.Tech
  • M.Tech Construction
  • M.Tech Transportation
  • M.Tech Heat, Energy and Thermal Engineering
  • M.Tech Hydraulic Engineering
  • M.Tech Materials Science and Technology
  • MBA

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There are very good opportunities in this field. Here are a couple of fields that I think will flourish, in fact they are already big.

Automation:

This is where we are now. Industries want to automate their manufacturing operations and there are a wide variety of mechanical / mechatronic engineers.

Artificial intelligence :

This is a space with immense opportunities. Some might think what's in it for mechanical engineers, but every robot or machine is a conglomerate of hardware and software. Software needs AI and computer engineers. Building hardware needs engineers from a spectrum of branches like me

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There are very good opportunities in this field. Here are a couple of fields that I think will flourish, in fact they are already big.

Automation:

This is where we are now. Industries want to automate their manufacturing operations and there are a wide variety of mechanical / mechatronic engineers.

Artificial intelligence :

This is a space with immense opportunities. Some might think what's in it for mechanical engineers, but every robot or machine is a conglomerate of hardware and software. Software needs AI and computer engineers. Hardware construction needs engineers from a spectrum of branches such as Mechanical / Electrical / Electronics. Therefore, there is enormous potential that can be harnessed.

To take advantage of all the opportunities in these spaces, one has to update and improve one's skills during the degree program.

All the best !

As a mechanical engineer, I would like to answer this question.

Do not prejudge the reading, try to read this content completely it can give you a new idea about the job search.

You can see most of them saying: There are many opportunities available for a mechanical engineer around the world. That may be how boring you heard. If you ask them, none of them are ready to guide you. That is not your problem because it is ours. Do not lose hope.

In India there are relatives always ready to scold us as "he finished his degree in mechanics at a prestigious university but did not get any job until now."

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As a mechanical engineer, I would like to answer this question.

Do not prejudge the reading, try to read this content completely it can give you a new idea about the job search.

You can see most of them saying: There are many opportunities available for a mechanical engineer around the world. That may be how boring you heard. If you ask them, none of them are ready to guide you. That is not your problem because it is ours. Do not lose hope.

In India there are relatives always ready to scold us as "he finished his degree in mechanics at a renowned university but did not get any job so far, lakhs and lakhs are spent by his parents but he does not work in this engineering". This is the big lie that people ever told.

Jobs at big-name companies aren't the only way to get it. We learn many things compared to other departments. More than three analytical articles are studied per semester. We can work with the field of civil engineering, the electrical field, the field of computer science. Never underestimate yourself.

There are so many competitive exams available to land a permanent job in state and central government.

Door exams, railway exams, IAS, IPS, IFS and afcat exam, navy jobs and army exams, etc.

Do not think that going to this type of work is not related to what we studied in recent years. Studying any course can be completed in four to five years, but what you choose after completing the degree determines your path in life.

The degree is just a tool to take advantage of all the opportunities, which belongs to the field of interest.

If you just want your core related work. Don't worry, you have great potential at the core. Getting a job is not a difficult thing.

For that you must choose your field of interest. It can be design, manufacturing, thermal in any area.

Knowing some mechanical design softwares like CAD / CAM, CFD can help you get a job in some major companies, as well as in training and education centers.

Learn some of the basics you studied in your college days. Apply for a job at a company for an interview.

Yes, here is the stalemate.

How do I get the data of a company? Nothing is easy brother, there is no one here to feed you. everyone is a competitor.

However you can contact your teachers is the best idea. Your friends should work in some companies to get your contacts. Put them for reference. Attend an interview at that company.

Or join a foundry (if you like to work there) as an apprentice. Work hard for a few months or years. Get some knowledge in that field, then you should have the confidence to work, wherever you want to work across the country in your field of work.

Or get an internship in any company, it performs well. If you are lucky and able to work, you can get a job there if there are openings available. Or you can get an internship certificate to join other companies with a basic knowledge of the particular job.

After acquiring sufficient knowledge in any field, you can also become a participant. you are the captain of your own ship with the help of some crews. For that you must learn all the basics and problems.

For example, if you like owning a lathe business, you need to know how to center the component (I think you may remember this centering in your manufacturing technology lab, correct!), And how to run, clean, and maintain the machine, then only you are the perfect person to start your own business. Otherwise, you must face the critical consequences, even labor workers should not obey your comments. In case you don't know anything, you may feel ashamed of yourself in front of lower level management.

Otherwise, there are some jobs in companies with an agreement. You must work until the end of the contract for two or three years. No problem with this job, if you have no job idea but here they will give you more workloads. You have to work more than the mentioned hours, like 8 hours, which means that you have to work forcibly 10-12 hours per day. Most companies put the coolest on night shifts for six months or a year continuously, you may lose weight and lose sleep for some time.

What we do there are as many engineers available in the country as a sheep farm. If you don't get this job, someone else can get it. Here is the fun idea that you can also make a friendship with a people of IT. I had seen many IT people who work in machine shops such as lathes and CNC machine operators, maintenance workers, etc. They accidentally fall into this job due to some family situations and the experience and the passage of years in this job restrict their limits within that company. Unfortunately they become mechanical engineers, that's the sad part in small-scale industries.

Some companies allow mechanics students to work on civil structure design jobs. Like

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The main thing is to choose your field carefully if you determine for sure that there is no problem, if not, you may lose your life for a few years.

But one thing that working in the same company for decades cannot help improve your knowledge, you have to change your work environment for at least two years once.

Especially working in mechanical workshops such as lathe or CNC. you can't improve yourself by just turning on / off anything else. If you are interested, you can learn to operate other machines like VMC etc. I have seen many people doing the same job for decades with the same or minimum wage in the worst case.

Being a mechanical engineer is something that fills us with pride, when you use your knowledge and make a difference in society.

Attitude and appearance are very important to landing a good job. Try to develop your personality and groom yourself. Be a professional mechanical engineer.

Good luck to your future brother …… :)

Unless you have

  • a good / rich enough track record to get a job in multinational companies (such as BOSCH, Ford), Leyland, TVS.
  • Ability to decipher JEE, GATE, and other considered college exams
  • No responsibilities regarding the care of parents / family,

I would say a very big NO.

I am a mechanical engineer, in 2014 he passed out. My university did not have any recruiting on campus. So, graduates walk the streets and look for work (I think 70% of the people in our country do the same).

Before that, I want to share my academic scores, I got 90.8% in high school and 91% in high school. But during my time at school, I used to be a bookworm, but after that, in college

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Unless you have

  • a good / rich enough track record to get a job in multinational companies (such as BOSCH, Ford), Leyland, TVS.
  • Ability to decipher JEE, GATE, and other considered college exams
  • No responsibilities regarding the care of parents / family,

I would say a very big NO.

I am a mechanical engineer, in 2014 he passed out. My university did not have any recruiting on campus. So, graduates walk the streets and look for work (I think 70% of the people in our country do the same).

Before that, I want to share my academic scores, I got 90.8% in high school and 91% in high school. But during my time in school, I used to be a bookworm, but after that, in college I learned to study the concepts and understand and then I went to the exam. I managed to break 9.1 CGPA at my graduation. Like everyone else, I too thought I was getting good marks, that I could get a job easily. But after that I learned what it is like for an engineering graduate to get a job in India (especially mechanical). For the past two years, I worked as a job seeker. My field of interest is design, I have also taken design courses. (even though he knew design softwares, people want him to have a certificate, so for the sake of the certificate I went to the CADD center). But I didn't get a job in my stream. They offer me only these jobs

  • CNC machine operator, operating the same during an 8-hour rotating shift (1st week from 8 am to 4 pm, next week from 4 pm to 12 am, after 12 a. M. to 8 a. M.). It not only operates the machine, but also to clean the machine, collect the weed and dispose of it, clean the floor of refrigerant oil. In addition, your senior officer must hold a diploma. Salary 8k per month.
  • Delivery job where I have to bring the machined components to the customers, put them in the car together with the driver, get the cash, and return it to the company. Salary 9k per month, I also have to negotiate the rate with clients while receiving orders.
  • Here comes the biggest one, approaching the labor consultants (they call it labor industry, uffff) they get their CVs and charge fees of 5k dollars, as an initial fee. Then after you get a job, you have to pay half of your first month's salary. If you want an MNC job, you have to pay more. 80% of these people are scams. The remaining 20% ​​will get you a job, but not in your field of interest. (Again from point 1) I lost around 30k to these kinds of people.
  • Another is the jobs abroad (plumber, driver, hotel waiter, the list of ufff goes on) they also take your passport and give it to you after the completion of the deal in mainly Middle Eastern countries, then Canada, Singapore.

I also got an operator job for an 8k package in cities like Chennai. I cannot pay my living expenses also with such amount, after that I got money from home. I stayed there doing these jobs for 1 year to gain experience, but that experience does not give me a good job. Finally, after experiencing all these things for about a year and a half, I went to my hometown.

In contrast, my friend (s) who don't know what R means in thermal engineering class (R stands for refrigerator, says resistance once teacher asks) got a job at BOSCH, another still has backlogs (cleared after 1-year, 2nd grade) got a job at Ford, Maramalainagar, Chennai. Many stories like these, one on TVS because of the influence of his maternal uncle. (Except for him, no one tells me how they got a job there). Like everyone else, I too experienced a situation called People Are Temporary.

Now, after two years of completing my degree, I work in my interested field, (design) in a private company. I also get this job by paying some people. NOBODY LOOKS AT MY BRANDS, KNOWLEDGE (there may be good people, but I didn't see anyone, yet now). I'm not a genius like Amir Khan in 3 Idiots, but I have some in my pockets too. But influence, paisa, speaks louder than knowledge here. These same things also happen to Civil's friends, but they went to the Middle East as their requirements are beyond that.

Only IT people have lived their life, they might also have a hard time getting a job, after getting the same in all their lifestyle changes (I saw a lot of people), in addition to the recommendation, they only accept people with food products. But as for us, after getting a job we are also looking for a job to get a better one with the current experience. I am 24 years old with good academics, my salary is now 9k. I have to work 2 more years to liquidate my link with the current company (it may be 12k after 2 years) and get another one for a higher salary. (I am basically from a middle class family, I am the first graduate and salary occupies an important place in my life).

This is my situation, not only mine but that of most of our country's graduates, especially Tamilnadu. So my free advice to you is PLEASE DO NOT LOOK FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.

I hope you find it useful .. all the best .. :)

EDIT 1: Before I reply to the comments, I just want to share that I am very happy because my answer is seen by around 3000 users. It may be low for quora experts, but as a newbie, it means a lot to me. because it's one of the few questions I answered first.

First of all, I am not opposed to any IT person or their pay scales. I'm just saying that we (mechanics) are constantly looking for improvements both in our work / packages, in the ever-changing workplace. I am sure it should not happen with IT graduates, it can be one or two, then it will be installed in a company with good packages that too fast compared to us.

Second, about the GATE and IES categories. As I said before, I am not a genius like Amir in 3 idiots, also GATE and IES are not just a matter of knowledge, it is also a phenomenon called LUCK. One of my friends, who is the head of my department with 9.6 CGPA, prepared for the same thing for about 3 years (even this year he attended GATE) but he didn't even get 25% of the cut-off mark. (you might be able to say, go to the best training centers, plan and prepare blah blah blah, went to TIME in Bangalore) You can't do it. Another friend of mine, attended it without proper preparation and scored 23 points (belongs to the MBC category, became a GATE scorer in 2014). Few may be able to do it with proper preparation, but it mostly depends on LUCK.

Finally, I want to suggest one, who said he was unemployed for the last year. My friend, you can go to operator job and then look for a WHITE COLLAR (Design, Quality, Maintenance) job with that knowledge and experience. Otherwise, the best way that our engineering religion follows is BANK EXAM. It is easier to prepare (compared to GATE, IES). There are many training centers that cost you less, go there and get ready.

I hope you find this helpful..:)

You can't find a job. Forget it. Join an IT company. Disgrace your 4 years of hard, hard work.

This is what a normal person would say. Me, I happen to be different and can offer you a little hope and good advice.

The question here should not be 'How can I find a job?'. It should be 'How can I find my passion?' For this to happen, you have to start somewhere. Don't be shy even if you are in a car garage.

Start by narrowing down your favorite areas. There are 4 broad areas in mechanics.

  1. Thermal engineering and fluid science
  2. Production and manufacturing
  3. Control, robotics and automation
  4. Design and engineering
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You can't find a job. Forget it. Join an IT company. Disgrace your 4 years of hard, hard work.

This is what a normal person would say. Me, I happen to be different and can offer you a little hope and good advice.

The question here should not be 'How can I find a job?'. It should be 'How can I find my passion?' For this to happen, you have to start somewhere. Don't be shy even if you are in a car garage.

Start by narrowing down your favorite areas. There are 4 broad areas in mechanics.

  1. Thermal engineering and fluid science
  2. Production and manufacturing
  3. Control, robotics and automation
  4. Design and engineering

Once you find it, we can dive into the details.

So most of these areas require you to have a specific skill set that you need to develop.

  1. Thermal engineering and fluid science require you to understand the basics of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Great, you already have. Go one step further and try to learn some CFD softwares that could help you get a job. These can be ANSYS Fluent, OpenFoam, etc.
  2. For this bit, try to get a Six Sigma certification. There are different levels and you can get it from an organization that offers these certifications and believe me it will help you get a job.
  3. This is pretty straightforward. You must learn programming languages ​​and make embedded systems. Machine learning can help, as can arduino and raspberry pie. This will help you get a job. Here you have an advantage because most of the startups in India prefer such candidates.
  4. Make sure MASTER, and I repeat MASTER CAD software, FEM packages and everything, like CATIA, Pro-E, ANSYS, etc. Go online and look for websites where they outsource this as jobs and you can gain valuable experience.

I hate to admit that as a newbie to mechanics, you have the great disadvantage of being a bit handicapped relative to the industry requirements. However, with a little hard work and determination, you can definitely land a job.

Edit 1: In the Design and Engineering vertical, one has to fully master one popular CAD software and then get into others. The CAD software includes sub-modules such as part modeling, sheet metal modeling, surfaces, etc. Different companies use different design approaches. Read more about parametric modeling, direct modeling, generative design, etc. You also have to learn to draw to the proper standards (ASME Y14.5 is preferred). Most CAD training institutes hit the surface and go, it is up to one to dig deeper and learn more.

It depends on your interest and trade.

If you want to have a career in the car, join a workshop without feeling shy or bad. Fully learn the practicality of cars and their service. Invest your time for at least 2 years and learn how to repair a car or bicycle on your own. Then apply for masters and then you have two forms. One can be a designer or two in the service industry. If not, and you can afford more time to pursue higher studies, you can apply for a Ph.D. and earn a Ph.D., after which you can join as an assistant professor at a reputable university or as a research scientist in some R&D fields.

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It depends on your interest and trade.

If you want to have a career in the car, join a workshop without feeling shy or bad. Fully learn the practicality of cars and their service. Invest your time for at least 2 years and learn how to repair a car or bicycle on your own. Then apply for masters and then you have two forms. One can be a designer or two in the service industry. If not, and you can afford more time to pursue higher studies, you can apply for a PhD and earn a Ph.D., after which you can join as an assistant professor at a reputable university or as a research scientist in some R&D wings of companies. of reputable automobiles.

If you want to have a career in R&AC, you can work in any MNC (Operations and Maintenance Team) O&M team, work with a senior, fully learn about HVAC, and after acquiring knowledge, you can continue in the same field by acquiring knowledge and experience that help promotions. You may be in HVAC Construction, Assembly and Start-up, which is a field job and helps you a lot to know the schematics of the HVAC work and repairs. Or work in the service industry like O&M, which helps you, but it is a limited field of knowledge. You can go to the HVAC field or you can join some refrigeration and cold storage plants or companies again, the cycle and possibilities are the same as I mentioned above for HVAC.

You can also enter the engineering machinery side. For which it helps to join industries.

It can also enter the manufacturing of machines, mechanical parts, mechanical tools. Engines, etc.

Also, you can learn some softwares and start designing parts. You can be hired by government sector companies that are large scale, well established and reputable. You can join the defense forces. You can enter companies that supply the armed forces. You can enter marine engineering with additional diploma courses.

The mechanical subject is as beautiful and alive as biology and the natural sciences. It's just that you have to have one eye to look deeply into it and have enough patience and passion to grow, learn, and gain mastery on the subject.

You can always do masters, but I highly recommend that you have practical work experience of at least 2 years and no less than that before joining masters. It is very important for the mechanical field.

If you follow all of the above and have the requisite qualities, then I'm sure the subject and the field will earn you bread and butter, as well as non-veg and respect.

I hope you take this seriously and continue your successful journey.

I hope well and all the best.

What question ?
You are a mechanical engineer so I assume you will understand my answer language.
nothing in this universe has absolute status. Everything is decided against some frame of reference. now that you mentioned "EASY" in your question. then you should have mentioned your frame of reference as well.
Believe me, more than 80% of mechanical engineers want to work in their main sector, but how many of them actually work in the main sector?
"Nothing is easy in life" and you don't always get what you want.
The only option you have is to "do your best." There is a lot of competition

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What question ?
You are a mechanical engineer so I assume you will understand my answer language.
nothing in this universe has absolute status. Everything is decided against some frame of reference. now that you mentioned "EASY" in your question. then you should have mentioned your frame of reference as well.
Believe me, more than 80% of mechanical engineers want to work in their main sector, but how many of them actually work in the main sector?
"Nothing is easy in life" and you don't always get what you want.
The only option you have is to "do your best." There is a lot of competition these days. Therefore, you must first clear your target. If you only want to work in the main sector with a reasonably good salary (30,000-40,000), the public sector is your best friend. It's good to start, but you won't find any growth here. Private companies are hesitant to work with freshmen and offer comparatively fewer packages. But once you are there and have learned to move, the sky is the limit.
If you want to change people's lives, then what you are looking for is teaching. Let me clarify one thing for you: deep down in our hearts, no one wants easy things in life. We want to get things done easily because we fear failure. Once that fear is gone, you will long for challenges in life.

It largely depends on your title. Some titles have sources dedicated to this; others have advertisements and announcements spread through a variety of sources. Here are a number of possibilities:

  1. Does your college / university have a placement office? They are usually sources of job opportunities, contacts, and interviews. At the very least, you may want to leave them a copy of your credentials;
  2. Check your school's job listing - Colleges often hire their own.

3. Talk to your advisor and teachers. Do you have any idea where to look? Teachers are often in contact with others

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It largely depends on your title. Some titles have sources dedicated to this; others have advertisements and announcements spread through a variety of sources. Here are a number of possibilities:

  1. Does your college / university have a placement office? They are usually sources of job opportunities, contacts, and interviews. At the very least, you may want to leave them a copy of your credentials;
  2. Check your school's job listing - Colleges often hire their own.

3. Talk to your advisor and teachers - do they have any ideas where to look? Teachers are often in contact with other schools, workplaces, and people in the field;

4. Consult specialized magazines in the field. I remember seeing ads at the end of many psychology, psychiatry, and social science magazines;

5. Does your area have a professional newspaper, publication, or online site? Higher education has: THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION. A good part of this publication consists of announcements for teachers, administrators and other teachers and specialized personnel;

6. There are some sites online dedicated to supporting like-minded people and job prospects. Check LINKEDIN. I am retired and I go there mainly to chat with other professionals BUT I receive frequent job offers. They also have job listings for your area.

7. Think of a professional headhunter. Some years ago I subscribed to this service. Every week I received a list of sites looking for a teacher in my area of ​​expertise.

BE FLEXIBLE. IN GENERAL, IT IS EASIER TO GET A JOB IF YOU HAVE A JOB. BE WILLING TO MOVE IN. THANKS TO THE PEOPLE FOR THE INTERVIEWS. STUDY THE JOB SITE YOU ARE INTERVIEWING, LEARN ALL YOU CAN ABOUT THEM BEFORE YOU ARRIVE. BE NICE TO THE SECRETARIES AND THE LOWEST LEVEL STAFF YOU KNOW, OFTEN THEY HAVE ENTRY IN YOUR HIRING, OR NOT! GOOD LUCK!

Staying well. Stay safe.

More than 7 years in the mechanical industry, maybe you can clarify ur qu ....,

First option:

type GATE, or try for any government job. Don't worry about salary, get ready for any government job.

In most cases, the salary of the PSU for the coolest is more than 5 to 10 years, a mechanical engineer with experience in a private company.

Second option:

Do higher studies abroad.

Third option:

Opt for higher education. Do a masters in technology, a doctorate at any university (literally any university, my suggestion don't go for IIT and IISC) and establish yourself in the field of teaching.

Fourth option:

Learn any software course and join any software company. The software package is

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More than 7 years in the mechanical industry, maybe you can clarify ur qu ....,

First option:

type GATE, or try for any government job. Don't worry about salary, get ready for any government job.

In most cases, the salary of the PSU for the coolest is more than 5 to 10 years, a mechanical engineer with experience in a private company.

Second option:

Do higher studies abroad.

Third option:

Opt for higher education. Do a masters in technology, a doctorate at any university (literally any university, my suggestion don't go for IIT and IISC) and establish yourself in the field of teaching.

Fourth option:

Learn any software course and join any software company. The software package is much better compared to the mechanical field.

Software package: (2–2.5) times your experience.

Mechanical package: (1–1.5) times your experience.

Salary Can be comparable to software in the early days / years, but there is a large variation in salary for 5+, 10+ years of experience.

Another advantage is working from home. In software, many companies allow you to work from home.

In the mechanical industry you will not have this option and will have to follow the shift schedules. (1st shift, 2nd shift ..., since mechanical software licenses are too expensive ..., such as ABAQUS, ANSYS,.)

Fifth option:

If you are unable to succeed with option 1 and cannot pay or are not interested in options 2 and 3,

and not worried about the salary (option 4), and is convinced with excuses (of interest in the mechanical field or in the central field) ... welcome to the dead field (or in its last gasp) the mechanical industry ...,

One more tip, talk to people who work in these fields (at least for 10 years), you can understand the reality and you can decide for yourself. Don't rush and jump into any job / career.

Thanks .. hope it helps.

I would agree to disagree with you. Obtaining a degree is like obtaining a passport, very easy, but getting a job is like obtaining a visa, which is relatively difficult. There have been a lot of changes lately. Most importantly, anyone who is able to strengthen the basics (with the necessary skill) will be able to attract the job offer.

Things go according to the simple mathematics 'Supply and demand'. There will be an improvement in the requirement for more mechanical engineers, especially due to the "Make in India Concept".

As we know that in Mechanical Engineering, there are four majo

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I would agree to disagree with you. Obtaining a degree is like obtaining a passport, very easy, but getting a job is like obtaining a visa, which is relatively difficult. There have been a lot of changes lately. Most importantly, anyone who is able to strengthen the basics (with the necessary skill) will be able to attract the job offer.

Things go according to the simple mathematics 'Supply and demand'. There will be an improvement in the requirement for more mechanical engineers, especially due to the "Make in India Concept".

As we know that in Mechanical Engineering, there are four major groups / areas like:

i) Manufacturing engineering, ii) Thermal engineering, iii) Design engineering, iv) Industrial engineering.

1 You decide that in which area of mechanical engineering you want to concentrate and work.

2 You will have to learn a lot in that area.

3 Try to be a performer (to become a performer you need to be meticulous in your task).

4 Try to learn some latest software technologies available.

5 Do not worry much about your 'initial' salary.

6 Let it be any kind of job, try to put in a continuous and undaunted

efforts.

7 My sincere advice would be not to directly think of joining good established companies(because it is very difficult, many a times, to get the direct placement).

8 With some experience in small or medium industries, things are going to be very smooth(do not worry much about your initial salary).

9 Treat that as a 'training period", and "investment".

10 Have faith in Almighty, and your self. Keep going and all the very best.

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Well it entirely depends on what is your definition of a good job.

If you mean:

  1. Decent pay
  2. Prestige
  3. Family time
  4. Not a bad location
  5. Less jhik jhik

Then I can assume you are seeking a govt job or a teaching job.

  1. There are a number of exams (both Engineering and non-Engineering ones) which you can appear in.
  2. Get a Masters' degree in your field of engg (though not easy) and prepare for NET. A professor has a very peaceful life compared to other engg jobs, so that could be an option too.

But, if you want more impact (like Sallu Bhai movies) IAS, IPS, IES, then you will have to work hard and believe me.

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Well, it completely depends on what your definition of a good job is.

If you mean:

  1. Decent salary
  2. Prestige
  3. Family time
  4. No es una mala ubicacion
  5. Menos jhik jhik

Entonces puedo asumir que está buscando un trabajo en el gobierno o un trabajo como profesor.

  1. Hay una serie de exámenes (tanto de ingeniería como no de ingeniería) en los que puede aparecer.
  2. Obtenga una maestría en su campo de engg (aunque no es fácil) y prepárese para NET. Un profesor tiene una vida muy tranquila en comparación con otros trabajos de engg, por lo que también podría ser una opción.

Pero, si quieres más impacto (como las películas de Sallu Bhai) IAS, IPS, IES, entonces tendrás que trabajar duro y créeme, obtendrás una buena posición, pero nuevamente los trabajos serían difíciles.

So first you need to figure out what you expect from a good job and then proceed towards achieving it.

I believe i have added more to your confusion.

Lol

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