Human Factors Engineers and Ergonomists1
Explore a career as a Human Factor Engineer and Ergonomist.
Design objects, facilities, and environments to optimize human well-being and overall system performance, applying theory, principles, and data regarding the relationship between humans and respective technology. Investigate and analyze characteristics of human behavior and performance as it relates to the use of technology.
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