Which is better to be an electrical engineer or to be an IT system analyst?
I have graduated with a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and I want to know which is better according to the future of the job and the demand for this job. I like both jobs and by enrolling in the IT department, I will be taught everything from scratch and my job will be on Manufacturing Applications of a plastics plant. I want someone who had an engineering degree and enrolled in an IT profession to comment on my situation.
Asked By: Fouad K - 1/6/2009
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I have a B.Eng in Computer Engineering. I have worked as a System Analyst (C++ Programmer) for about 2 years now. I see that my former classmates who went into Telecommunications Engineering are doing worse financially. I also find that my job gives me satisfaction... More
Answered By: Murdoch - 1/6/2009
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Do me a favor when you get there .Please tell them I dont like lead in my PVC products,even if it does make them easier to work with.TKS! Forgive me I didn't see the rest of your question till I brought it up.Hope you get your answer soon!
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