Aerospace: Structures, Fluids or Controls

<p>Hi, I am just wondering which of the following focus structures, fluids or controls with respect to aerospace engineering yields the most opportunity as far as looking for employment. </p>

<p>This is assuming with a masters degree. Thank you very much.</p>

<p>I heard there's a crapload of stuff going on in structures right now, specifically composites. Maybe look into that?</p>

<p>Does designing aircraft and parts, engines, etc. go under structures? I'm planning to do AeroE as well.</p>

<p>I'm in the aerospace R&D field (manned space vehicles).</p>

<p>All 3 are in short supply right now. However, when you say "fluids" do you mean gasodynamics/CFD or fluid systems (plumbing)?</p>

<p>Fluid systems is typically covered by mechanical engineers rather than Aero.</p>

<p>Honestly, all three areas have plenty of opportunities. Go into the one that interests you the most.</p>

<p>Thank you very much for your inputs. Really appreciate it.</p>