The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that there are no recognised engineering positions that begin with the letter “K.” Computer engineers, combustion engineers, concrete engineering technicians, conservation engineers, construction engineers, and chemical engineers are a few engineering careers that start with a hard “C” sound.
There are more than 200 distinct engineering job classifications recognised by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Many people work in civil engineering, which includes structural, geotechnical, and transportation engineers as well as engineers who work in building and transportation.
Electrical engineering is a sizable branch of engineering that employs specialists in telecommunications, electronics, lighting, power generation, and circuit design. Mechanical engineers, aerospace engineers, nuclear engineers, and biomedical engineers are other subcategories of engineers.