Engineers need someone to tell them what to do. That someone could be you! Engineering managers plan, oversee and evaluate projects. They work in both the private and public sectors, including consulting firms and scientific research companies.
You’ll need a bachelor’s degree in engineering for most positions along with some experience, ideally in a supervisory role. Also required is licensing as a Professional Engineer (P. Eng.) by the province or territory you work in.
Engineering managers earn a median salary of about $106,000.
By 2024, the government expects there will be slightly more jobs than job seekers.
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