Engineer diver may refer to:
- A proposed postgraduate engineering qualification in underwater inspection of engineering structures.
- Army engineer diver, a diver in the United States Army Engineering Corps.
Engineers build structures such as oil platforms. However this is a very dangerous job because you are staying under the pressure of the water for over a moth at a time. This causes minuscule fractures that lead to frail bones and the pressure puts great strain on your heart. These dangers only add to the basic dangers of SCUBA diving, such as the bens. However because it is such a dangerous job, workers are in high demand and you could make a lot of money in this field. The top 15% of these engineers make $145,000 per year
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