How does one get a job at a top engineering or computers company?

Examples include: Yahoo! Ebay Cisco Systems Adobe Google (etc.) I am looking to get a top job at one of these types of companies. What majors should I consider? What schools should I look at? Also: What about the above questions for a job in the aerospace industry? Thanks, your input is greatly appreciated.

Asked By: Erick F - 1/24/2008
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1. Join the company at the bottom of the employment ladder and excell at your job and climb the ladder to the position you want... More
Answered By: <<Captain Sensible>> - 1/24/2008
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it's all about who ya know my friend....
Answered By: jo - 1/24/2008
MIT, then you can make your own company for that list.
Answered By: Alex - 1/24/2008
First of all, none of the companies you have named are "top engineering companies". They may be top from a business standpoint, but from an engineering standpoint, you'd learn more at a startup. I have friends who have worked at Ebay and Cisco (as engineers) and they left because they were miserable... More
Answered By: Raymond W - 1/24/2008
You go to their website and look for a job description. Then you apply for that job. They will ask you to come in for an interview, if they are interested. You go there and try to look good. Then HR will call you... or not... More
Answered By: amansscientiae - 1/24/2008
You have to find a company that does computers work, none of those companies do. They're networking companies, non engineering companies.
Answered By: James H - 1/24/2008
First of all,they look into our career record,like percentages must be above 75%,having good attitude and communication skills.if u have all the above u put ur resume in job web sites,then immediateli they willhire u or find where they are conducting interviews and go there and apply there,if ur profile matches to... More
Answered By: viswanadh - 1/25/2008
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