Military electric fan engines, electrical engineers and electrical engineers graduates will receive more work, and be hired for more jobs, according to the Department of Defense.
The Department of Defence is expected to unveil the findings of the research this week, with the results expected to affect how people get into and out of the military.
The research, called Military Electric Motor, was developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the National Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Institute (NEMMI).
The report said the researchers found that those graduates who had the highest level of degrees, and the highest education levels in the fields of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering would be hired into the military’s electrical engineering program, which is responsible for manufacturing the military electric motors.
“The military electric motor program, by far, has the highest number of electric motor jobs, with more than 2,600 electric motor workers,” the report stated.
It also found that graduates with the highest degree and education levels, and higher levels of education, in the electrical engineering fields would be employed in the military electrical engineering engineering program.
The military’s electric motors are used in the battlefield to provide electric power for battlefield equipment and medical equipment.
The program is expected pay out a total of $18.8 billion in contracts this year, according the report.
The report also said that graduates who did not have any degrees, or degrees that were in the same fields, would be unemployed and would not be able to get into the electrical engine program.