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Aerospace Engineering in Canada

I’ve been asking around and getting mixed answers on how aerospace engineering is in Canada. Some say that due to there being a small aerospace industry in Canada, those graduating with a degree in the field will be jobless. Others, such as statistics on Job Bank Canada say that there will be an expected labor shortage in this field in the future (https://www.jobbank.gc.ca/marketreport/outlook-occupation/2845/ca#).   I was wondering if anybody had anything to say about this question.   Thanks for any responses.

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  1. There are like five Canadian astronauts that have gone to space, dude. What do you think? You’d have better luck finding a needle in a haystack or hitting the jackpot on the Lotto 649.

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  2. If you want to go into the Aerospace industry, do it. Although Canada’s Aerospace industry isn’t huge, we still have some companies. This is the field of studying I am going into at the University of Toronto. On the plus side Aerospace narrows down your university choices to Concordia, Carleton, Ryerson, and UofT. I would then further reduce that to Ryerson or UofT. If you can get into UofT’s Engineering Science program go that route, otherwise Ryerson’s Aerospace Engineering program is a good option.

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