• anonymous
hello,i want to ask something.i want to take petroleum engineering after finish my matriculation.but i heard that the job for this course is limited and i'm so worry about it.can anybody give their opinion for this course?
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  • anonymous
Petroleum Engineering is one of the fastest growing engineering fields here in the United States. I'm not sure about the situation in your country (India I assume). You are correct. The field is limited. You'll be most likely taking a job with an oil company doing Petroleum Engineering work. However, keep in mind that the demand for oil is every increasing and the supply is ever decreasing. There are new and exciting challenges being faced by the world as we search for new sources of oil. Petroleum engineers will be tasked with solving these challenges and problems. Pursuit your passion. The payoff will be greater in my opinion (if not monetary).

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