The Working Conditions of Being an Ocean Engineer

By: Justin Khieu, Journalist

Ocean/marine engineers have tough working conditions. The first example is they have to study environmental things like oceans, air, or land for their job. Another example is that they have to travel for their work, meetings, or a business conference, which makes them divide their time and go back to back between their offices and work. Their worksites can be at sea or ocean, which is menacing for them, and also causes a long period of time to be away from home. The last example of working conditions is most ocean/marine engineers work at least 40 hours a week. Ocean/marine engineers have a lot of work on both sea and office.

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