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Where would you work as a electrical engineer?

This is my last year in high school and i was just wondering where do electrical engineer work, how many hours a week do they work? will electrical engineering jobs be in demand within the next 4 years?

Asked By: Wyze - 1/11/2009
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If you intend to pursue and Engineering education towards a degree in electrical engineering, you should understand that while electrical engineers work for many and varied companies - from large to small, they all require a good understanding of electrical engineering principles. You would do yourself a huge favor by... More
Answered By: bknittle2000 - 1/11/2009
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Electrical engineers work virtually everywhere, and can have such a wide range of jobs that the hours/week question is impossible to give you a solid answer on. It is a wide field, and will have work as long as people still use electricity. Check out any local community colleges, see if they offer a two-year degree for... More
Answered By: Jo M - 1/11/2009
 
I am a electrical engineer and work for Schneider Electric (Square D). There a great variety of jobs for electrical engineers. My company employs them as Field Engineers, Design Engineers, Application Engineers, Electrical Study Engineers, Power Quality Engineers, and on and on... More
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Answered By: CM - 1/14/2009
 
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