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A Career in Civil Engineering

To me, no career could be more interesting than one that lets me serve larger society by pursuing my passion for the design of objects on a l*****rge scale. It is this attraction to the inner workings of complex everyday ***** like busy roadways and towering skyscrapers ***** draws ***** to civil engineering as a c*****reer. The importance of civil engineering ***** society will also allow me to serve ***** greater good. On a ***** practical **********, the strong continuing job prospects and financial rewards ***** civil ***** are excellent, furthering ***** desire to choose a career among the ***** of amazingly intricate objects like airports, sewage systems, roads, and airports.

First, it is the importance of civil engineering to society that makes civil ***** an intriguing ***** choice for *****. Civil engineers are responsible for the design and supervision of tunnels, dams, bridges, *****, sewage systems, roads, and airports would never have been built. Without ***** civil engineer, we ***** not be able to drive ***** work on a well-designed freeway, enjoy efficient sewage systems, or even w*****k in the high-rises that grace most cities worldwide.

Because civil engineering is one ***** ***** most important careers in modern *****, it appeals strongly to my desire to contribute to larger society. As a ***** engineer, I would h*****ve the opportunity to design buildings ***** keep their inhabitants comfortable ***** safe, or ***** build roadways that are efficient and structurally sound. I am ***** drawn to the idea of *****ing one of the f*****ces ***** for ensuring our day-*****-day lives are ***** and productive. *****e ***** the greatest accomplishments ***** I can imagine ***** be to see the ef*****ts of ***** ***** enjoyed ***** thousands ***** people on a daily basis.

***** second important draw of a civil *****ing career is the practical financial and career aspects ***** the job. The U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau ***** Labor Statistics notes that the median annual wage for ***** engineers in 2002 was $60,000. Although prospects for employment in civil engineering will increase more slowly ***** average, a growing infr*****structure in ***** United States and worldwide ***** ensure that ***** ***** remain in demand. Notes the U.S. Department of Labor, ***** of ***** Statistics, "more civil engineers will be needed to design and construct safe and higher capacity transportation, water supply, ***** pollution control systems, and large ***** ***** building complexes. They ***** ***** be needed to repair or replace existing roads, bridges, and other public structures." Altogether, the ***** outlook for civil engineers is good, ***** the wages are enough to ***** a very comfortable standard of living.

***** third reason that I am draw ***** civil engineering is an attraction to the work itself. I love to think about ***** ***** and use of physical objects on a large scale. Large-scale projects ***** bridges, roadways, and airports bring out a feeling of awe and respect within me. I ***** to look at the world from a

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