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Through 2018 civil engineers are expected to have much faster than average employment growth, according to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). Population growth coupled with the country's aging infrastructure will spark the need for more civil engineers. Projects they will be needed for include designing and constructing or expanding transportation, water supply, and pollution-control systems, as well as buildings and building complexes. Civil and geotechnical engineers will also be needed to renovate or replace roads, bridges, or other structures.
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