Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Aerospace Engineers
Aerospace engineers in healthcare typically work on projects related to medical equipment and devices that are used in the aerospace industry, such as medical equipment for use in airplanes and spacecraft. They may also be involved in the design and development of new medical technologies for use in aerospace environments, such as equipment for use in high-altitude or microgravity environments. Additionally, aerospace engineers may work on projects related to transportation and logistics within the healthcare industry, such as the design of medical transport vehicles and equipment. The healthcare industry is increasingly using aerospace technology, such as drones, for medical delivery, transportation of samples and medical equipment.
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