Career in Robotics for Kids

Top Career in Robotics for Kids

Career in Robotics for Kids
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Deciding a career path depends on an individual’s skills, passion, and the future of the industry. If your child inclines toward robotics and wants to pursue a career in robotics, you are lucky.

The robotics industry is witnessing robust growth. The global collaborative robot market is expected to grow from USD 1.1 Billion in 2022 to USD 9.2 Billion by 2028, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 41.5% during the forecast period, says a report by MarketsAndMarkets.

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It also featured in the World Economic Forum’s Jobs of a Post-pandemic Future list. Indeed a motivating report for all robotics enthusiasts. 

What is robotics?

In simple terms, robotics deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots. An interdisciplinary field, it sees the merger of science, technology, and engineering.

Who works in the robotics industry?

Robotics engineers work in robotics organizations. A robotics engineer comes with a knowledge of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science.

They use their expertise and knowledge to create and operate autonomous machines, which, of course, are capable of performing a wide range of tasks.

Why Choose a Career in Robotics?

There is a growing demand for robotics engineers in the sectors such as manufacturing, aerospace, agriculture, medicine, space research, etc. For those pursuing robotics or determined to study robotics, here are the five best careers in robotics for them

1. Design Engineer

As the term suggests, design engineers work on the design part of a robot and they are responsible for solving design problems. Like any other field, they start with a blueprint and later on team up with other experts such as mechanical engineers, data scientists, etc to turn it into a robot.

Design Engineer

Demand for robots is so huge that machines and automation are expected to eliminate 85 million jobs by 2025, reports the World Economic Forum. So, if you are in two minds, this data will help you in making up your mind.

2. Data Scientist

Data Scientist

One of the prominent jobs that computer engineers bag is data scientists who collect, process, and analyze data that are used to run robots.

3. Software Engineer

Their job is to develop software to control and automate robots and they work closely with designers and programmers till the end to ensure the full functionality of the machine.

Software Engineer

That they have to be updated about new technologies and trends.

4. Machine Learning Engineer

We know robots are automated machines that can execute specific tasks with little or no human intervention and machine learning engineers take care of the automation aspect of robotics by using data and predictive analytics.

Machine Learning Engineer

Machine learning engineers come with various skills such as data science, deep learning, programming, etc.

5. Hardware Engineer

A hardware engineer is responsible for the computer hardware that robots utilize to function and it includes processors, buses, memory, sensors,  controllers, etc.

Hardware Engineer

This is just the tip of the iceberg as robotics is a vast industry and opportunities for robotics enthusiasts are too big.

Mathematics and science are the two strong pillars that support robotics dreams while analytical and creative thinking skills give wings to fly.

If you have seen a spark in your child, you can help them to start a career in robotics by enrolling them in robotics and advanced math courses offered by Moonpreneur where they will also get hands-on training in analytical and creative thinking skills.  

Try our 60 min free robotics workshop or talk to our program consultant at +1 (855) 550-0571

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