Returning to Electrical Engineering?

Hello. I graduated with a B.Sc Electrical Engineering in Jan 2005, but immediately went into another field. Completely different, nothing vaguely EE related. I'm considering going back into EE now, but have a couple of questions: 1. Considering I've been away about 4 years, roughly how long will it take to get back up to scratch to get hired for an EE job? (Say something like DSP. Assume I was an average EE) 2. If I don't go into hardcore design, what are the good kinds of roles open to an EE with an MBA? That won't take too much EE skill and allow me to use more of my business skills? Thanks a lot.

Asked By: momothetired - 10/28/2008
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Going back to EE after 4 years will require patience and some commitment. EE with MBA is a very good combination. You can work for an engineering company as a sales leader, System engineer, Project manager or perhaps post sales services. you can also do project life cycle costing roles... More
Answered By: Peace - 10/28/2008
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