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How can i get a good job in Computer Hardware Engineering?

Hi, i'm a freshman at a high school. I'm really interested into getting a job when i grow up as a computer hardware engineer. I know a lot about a specs of computers, i have when to multiple tours at Intel to see their CPU's at the HQ. I have built my own computer also. But kind of degree's do i have to have and classes do i have to take to get a medium to high paying job in this field?

Asked By: - 4/19/2012
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You seem to be interested in Computer Engineering. After your 3rd year in college you could apply to different companies to work as an intern (Intel usually pays $15 to $20 an hour around here. I think Cisco pays more but they usually hire students from top schools only. I worked as an intern while going to college and... More
Answered By: Sergio__ - 4/19/2012
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Generally speaking, if you are a student in the college, they wouldn't pay you too much. Because, you don't have the working experience and enough tech knowledge. Wait until you have enough experience. You will get more pay.
Answered By: Alim - 4/19/2012
 
You can do any course in hardware engineering and networking. many universities and private institutes also offer this type of courses. There are so many job vacancies available in this field.
Answered By: Ashley - 4/19/2012
 
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