Now that we have seen the job prospects for a Mechanical Engineer post completion of a Master’s degree, let’s attack the most common dilemma. What would be your field of interest in your Master’s degree?
In order to make things easier for you, we have shortlisted 10 common streams in Mechanical Engineering. This post will help you understand the streams better and the type of job roles you will be taking up after your Masters in Mechanical Engineering Degree with any of theses 10 specializations.
One thing to note, there is plenty of opportunities in each of these fields. Every field can get you a job, all you need to do is be the best in it.
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