I am an Electrical Engineer working in a plant.I got a offer from a construction company.So what is better ?

The construntion company from which I got offer has a group of electical engineers which will work for the electical work (like constructing tower) in the industrial construction process.So could anyone please suggest me whether it is a right way to move with that offer with leaving the job in plant.

Asked By: Animesh - 1/6/2010
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In this economy, the main thing is job security. It is not the amount of salary but if you get a salary. This recession is in its early stages; it is going to get much worse and electrical engineers are a dime a dozen so go with the company that gives you the best job security but don't rely on their promises because... More
Answered By: Engineer - 1/6/2010
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Stay with the plant. The economy isn't steady right now. Construction goes in cycles, right now it's at a low point.
Answered By: Steven D - 1/6/2010
What r u in the plant , is it doing maintenance, or manufacture, u must be having fixed time job, but in a construction site job no such period is there and there is a lot of dust and the working conditions are not as good as u have in a plant, rest u have to decide on the difference in the financial and perks,, ALL... More
Answered By: dsshroff123 - 1/6/2010
It depends upon your ultimate goal. What do you want to be? say 5 to 10 years down the line. Will you achieve that in your present job or will the new offer what you have got can take you there? Analyze these & it should be easy enough for you to take a decision after that. Any way all the best for your future.
Answered By: Piranha - 1/6/2010
"power plant" is good to work with to get good vaude added experiance in ur cv.
Answered By: mm - 1/6/2010
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