To become a police officer you must first have at least a high school diploma. You must go to a training academy before coming an official officer. You have to train for real life situations and know all the state laws. You must be in good physical shape, physical strength, perceptiveness, leadership skills, good judgement, empathy, and communication skills. Must be at least 21 years old and have a drivers license. The number of people with this job in the year 2014 is about 806,400. They make about $28.97 per hour. Police officers enforce laws, respond to emergency calls, patrol assigned areas, or basically make sure everybody is doing what they are supposed to do and keep people safe. Officers can be a number of places in a day. They can be in the office then responding to an emergency call in a matter of seconds. Sometimes they travel all over if they are needed. The number of officers needed varies every now and then. Sometimes it depends on the state budget. Similar jobs would be: bailiffs, probation officers, detectives, firefighters, and so on.
To become an electrical engineer you must have at least a bachelors degree. The number of people with this job in 2014 is about 315,900. They make about $45.78 per hour. You mostly learn most of the things about engineering in your high school mathematics classes. You must have good concentration, initiative, interpersonal skills, math skills, speaking skills, and writing skills. Electrical engineers typically find out new ways to use electrical power to develop or improve new products. A lot of their work involves electronics sense the name. They usually work indoors like in offices or homes. This type of job is in high demand because of all the electronics that are out there today. Similar jobs would be: aerospace engineer, computer hardware engineers, sales engineers and so on.
To be an automotive mechanic you must have at least a postsecondary non degree award. The number of people that had this job in the year 2014 is about 739,900. This job requires no work experience. You get short-term in the job training. They make about $18.20 per hour. You usually learn everything you need to know about mechanics and engineering during high school years. You must have good physical strength, troubleshooting skills, customer service skills, detail oriented, dexterity, mechanical skills, and organizational skills. Automotive Mechanics do many things including: Repairing or replacing worn parts, testing parts to make sure that they work, Perform basic care or common maintenance such as changing oil or checking fluids or even rotating tires. Mechanics usually work in a well ventilated repair shop, and they are standing for most of the day. The amount of mechanics out there today will rise and keep rising because more and more cars are being purchased every day. Similar jobs would be: small engine mechanics, diesel engine mechanics, and so on.