Pedram Zohrevand on The Perks And Drawbacks Of Civil Engineering Career

Working as a Civil engineer has its pros and cons, but the advantage often outweighs the drawbacks of working in this profession. Nevertheless, the perks of civil engineering vary depending on the country and how well the sector is doing compared to other engineering professions. The good thing is these are experts in trade with a promising scope. Pedram Zohrevand, an experienced civil engineer shares the pros and cons of this career choice:

Advantages Of Civil Engineering Career

•    It Will Always Have High Demand

For as long as there are people, the need for housing, roads, and different infrastructure shall exist. Civil engineers are the professionals tasked with creating these things and other structures that are essential for needs like energy and water.

•    A Profession That Is Seldom Routine

Civil engineers often experience different challenges, and they handle one project to the next, which is something that few professionals offer. They might be using the same concepts and principles, but the challenges and arrangements they encounter help break the possibility of their work becoming something routine.

•    A Well-Respected Profession In Society

When you think of talk about an engineer, what comes to mind is someone with immense skills and knowledge. Funny enough, what comes to mind is a civil or mechanical engineer.

•    Diversified Profession

Civil engineering will have a job that is neither outdoor nor indoor – the best of both worlds. But if you are a CAD software engineer that works 9 – 5 behind the desk, then you are working in an outgoing career.

•    Better Pay Than Other Disciplines

a civil engineer’s pay is above average compared to that of other disciplines in engineering. And as you further your career, growing higher in the hierarchy, the better the wages and the probability of being able to start your construction company.

The Cons Of Working As A Civil Engineer

Though the civil engineer career has its advantages, it also has some noteworthy drawbacks. Some of the disadvantages of working in this profession include:

•    Small Room For Error

It is a line of work with minimal room for error, whether making software, documenting plants, or in construction. A mistake in any of the products produced under this profession is costly to correct, meaning the engineer could incur significant responsibility and liability.

•    Strict Deadlines And Obligations

Aside from the responsibility and the limited room for mistakes, this is a career that works with strict obligations and deadlines, which can make you feel stressed and pressured by your job demands.

•    Civil Projects Are Tend To Run For A Longer Duration

Many of the civil projects run for an extended period; thus, you are bound to spend a few weeks or months when working. That means situations can feel or become monotonous, primarily if you work outdoors in a remote area. Therefore, a career in civil engineering where you are working outdoor might not be for you, consider focusing your profession on structural drawing and designs.

•    Affected By Economic Turmoil

When the economy takes a nosedive, the volume of constructions is affected, which can impact career prospects for civil engineers.

Side Note:    It is a profession that has limits on the much you can earn, unlike when working in the service industry. Movie stars, app developers, and musicians have become millionaires and billionaires overnight with a single hit. But this cannot be said of people in this line of work. Nonetheless, you can enjoy making a hefty income if you reach a respected level in your career and own a reputable construction company.

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