You’ve heard the old saying before. Numbers don’t lie.
Year after year, engineering jobs pay the highest average starting salary than any other U.S. job sector. It’s just a fact of the numbers. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), engineers have a median annual wage of $91,010 and the engineering field projects to have employment growth of nearly 140,000 new jobs over the next decade.
With millions reevaluating their place in the job market right now, this might be the perfect moment to set your sights on the most lucrative job field out there today. And that includes training in math, the beating heart of essentially any engineering job.
The Mathematics for Engineers Prep Bundle ($28.99, over 90 percent off) serves as a worthy introduction to the core tenet of an engineer’s livelihood — understanding numbers and how to use them in interesting and occasionally ground-breaking new ways.
If algebra was around the place where you started to check out on math in high school, the Algebra 2: The Complete Course can get you back on the horse, featuring in-depth looks at geometry, inequalities, functions, graphs, and more. Matrices: Learn the Foundations for Linear Algebra and Complete Linear Algebra for Data Science and Machine Learning take that learning to the next level with an understanding of how those figures are used by creators in some of the cutting-edge realms of data sciences and artificial intelligence creation.
But as in high school, algebra advances into calculus, which leads to the four-part Intuition Matters! Applied Calculus for Engineers training led by noted aerospace and robotics engineer Mark Misin. His approach to teaching focuses on learning what concepts like vectors, linearization, wave representation, and others actually mean, so it becomes actual knowledge and not just rote memorization.
The course package also features close examinations of statistics in the Complete Statistics for Data Science and Business Analytics course; as well as the Complete Electricity for Electronics, Electrical Engineering training, both offering practical use examples of how engineering principles can not only expand your skillset but lead to a prosperous new career.
Courses in the package routinely range for $50 to $199 each, but with the current offer, you can get all nine courses now for just $28.99.
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