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Engineers are highly skilled professionals who specialize in designing, constructing, and maintaining a wide range of systems and strutctures. Most engineers complete advanced education specialize in one specialist field such as mechanical, electrical, computer, environmental, chemical, and civil engineering. Their exact tasks depend on their area of specialization.
It takes advanced education to become an engineer. A bachelor's degree will only qualify you for basic jobs. A master's degree and higher will open up more doors and also qualify you for higher positions. Engineers must be creative and have outstanding math, mechanical, problem-solving, analytical, and project management skills.
The type of questions you are asked at your interview will depend largely on your engineering specialty and the industry in question. However, regardless of specialty and industry, all interviewers will have a few fixed questions that they ask applicants. You can find these questions at Mock Questions.