Aeronautical Engineers are people who design and help build things like helicopters, planes and unmanned aerial vehicles (drones)
What do Aeronautical Engineers do?
The way to become an Aeronautical Engineer would be by first getting a BS in Aeronautical Engineering, then you will probably need to take you ABET Test and other licensure will depend on state. If you want to work on projects for National Defense then you will probably need security clearance
Some great businesses and work areas of Aeronautical Engineering would be Engineering Services, Government Agencies, Navigational and control instrument manufacturing, Research and development companies
The median salary for an Aeronautical Engineer is $113,030 per year and even if you are in the bottom 10% pay of Aeronautical Engineers, you will still make an estimated less than $70,840 and taking in the fact that the average US worker makes around $37,690 then it means that Aeronautical Engineers can be excited.