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Wind Energy Engineers

Experience, Skills, and Personality Traits

Wind energy engineers have three to five years of relevant work experience, along with internship or cooperative work experience while in school. They must be creative, good problem solvers, and strong communicators, enjoy conducting research, and have excellent technical and scientific ability. Strong communication skills, good organizational and time-management skills, the ability to work as a member of a team, and a willingness to continue to learn throughout one’s career are also essential in this field. People who do best in this type of work are analytical thinkers, detail oriented, have an adaptable and flexible attitude, are responsible and reliable, and are willing to take on challenges and handle responsibilities.

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