The Future of Engineering Jobs in the United States

The number of engineering jobs in the US has been declining since the mid-2000s, and the trend is set to continue, according to a new report from the American Council on Science and Engineering.

According to the report, the number of jobs in science and engineering in the country fell by more than 20 percent between 2013 and 2017.

That decline was due largely to the recession, as well as the retirement of many workers in engineering.

The report found that a large portion of the job losses in engineering have been due to automation.

This is because most of the jobs in engineering are located in low-skilled positions that require technical skills and are thus harder to automate, according the report.

This has resulted in engineers not taking on the roles of experts and innovators that the economy needs, according one study.

In order to be considered for an engineering job, an applicant must have a bachelor’s degree and pass a written test.

Those who pass the written test will get a job offer, and those who don’t will have to take a class on the subject.

The American Council said that it hopes to help employers create better job opportunities for engineers by offering them career training.

In addition, the organization said that they are working to encourage companies to use AI to automate their workforces, as part of a “big data transformation.”