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Nuclear Engineer Job Outlook

There are currently an estimated 16,520 Nuclear Engineers in the United States. The Nuclear Engineer job market is expected to grow by 4% between 2012 and 2022. The majority of job opportunities exist in Virginia, Pennsylvania, and California, and as a percentage of the population Virginia and New Mexico have the most Nuclear Engineers representing 0.721 in 1000 and 0.497 in 1000 of the total job market respectively.

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    A masters degree is required to be a Nuclear Engineer. A physics degree is preferred. Schools offering education in this field include:

    • Columbia College | Columbia, SC
      Offers: Associates, Bachelors
    • Albertus Magnus College | New Haven, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • Central Connecticut State University | New Britain, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • Fairfield University | Fairfield, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • University of Hartford | West Hartford, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
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Nuclear Engineer Jobs

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Title Company Location Info
Assistant/Associate Professor Nuclear Engineering The Chronicle of Higher Education Sub Corvallis, OR, USA Job Details
Nuclear Engineer Confidential Atlanta, GA, USA Job Details
Nuclear Engineer Confidential Houston, TX, USA Job Details
Radiation Therapy (Ph.D. Only) Baylor Scott & White Health Temple, TX, USA Job Details
Product Manager – Nuclear Or Energy R. Cope & Associates Inc. Collegeville, PA, USA Job Details
Mechanical Engineer EHD Technologies Job Details
Qa Engineer, Senior (Manufacture Of Nuclear Plant) Curtiss Wright Cheswick, PA, USA Job Details
Science, Technology & Weapons Analyst Central Intelligence Agency WASHINGTON, DC, USA Job Details
Manager, Plant Operations HCR ManorCare Job Details
Aeronautical Engineer Senior Staff beBee USA Miami, FL, USA Job Details
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Demand for Nuclear Engineers

The Nuclear Engineer industry is concentrated in Virginia, Pennsylvania and California.

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Nuclear Engineer Jobs by State

How to Become a Nuclear Engineer

Interested in becoming a nuclear engineer? Here are your next steps.

  1. Take the Sokanu Career Test

    Would you make a good nuclear engineer? Sokanu's free assessment reveals how compatible you are with a career across 5 dimensions!

    Take the free career test
  2. Get the Education

    A masters degree is required to be a Nuclear Engineer. A physics degree is preferred. Schools offering education in this field include:

    • Columbia College | Columbia, SC
      Offers: Associates, Bachelors
    • Albertus Magnus College | New Haven, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • Central Connecticut State University | New Britain, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • Fairfield University | Fairfield, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • University of Hartford | West Hartford, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
  3. Get Hired

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