I have been working in the semiconductor industry as a CAD engineer for quite some years. How hard is it to switch from a CAD engineer to an analog design engineer? I have a BSEE. Can the managers and directors give me advice on whether the design group would want someone like me with the CAD talent? What does it take to switch over?
Who is the design engineer & who is system engineer in the filed of electronics & automation ?
What tasks he perform ?
thanks in advance
Let's say i got a Bachelors in computer engineering. What other engineering jobs can I get into with that degree? Does studying computer engineering limit my job options?
I have a BS in Applied Physics, and I had coursework in digital electronics and analog systems. How can I become competitive for entry-level engineering jobs?
I also have a BS in Chemistry, if that means anything.
I am an electrical engineering graduate looking for a good job abroad.I have studied CAD after my graduation.So I would like to work more in this field.I think working as a design engineer is better for me.So I would like to know the job details of a design engineer?And what are the skills needed for this job?
Also what are the other jobs relating to CAD field for an electrical engineer?i am really confused about my career..So please help me
Based on job prospects and opportunities, what kind of engineering is the best to major at a university?
To me they seem to be very similar degrees and jobs. So could some explain to me? As in, what different things do they do after graduation, what sort of career path and what kind of work?
Disregard which one you like more in terms of content. The only criteria your answer should be based on is job availability and starting salary.
Detailed answers please!
I'll be attending Ohio State next year and they have electrical engineering and computer engineering, but they don't have electronics engineering. From my research on electronics engineering it's a mix of computer and electrical, but what would be a good major and minor so as to land a job as an electronics engineer after graduating?
I have loved music all my life and I also am studying engineering right now. I'm debating between declaring a major in mechanical, electrical, and industrial. My dream job would be any combination of engineering/business with music. Would electrical engineering put me in a position for a music technologyish job?
I'm going to college soon but I'm also joining the USMC as a reserve electrical engineer. Also, could someone explain to me what electrical engineers generally do? I'm simply following my academic strengths right now more than my interests. I was interested in civil engineering until I realized they're paid very little. Thanks in advance for the advice.
I have taken admission in electronics engineering so i want to know about its future scope and job prospects.please also describe it in comparision to extc(electronics and telecommunication) engineer and which one is better.thnx
What does the electronic engineer do?
For my college admission, i have been offered IT and Computer Engineering. I want to know what avenues are available in each stream. what kind of jobs will i get in each.
After 38 years of life, $90,000 in tuition over 9 years in college/university, and experience at over 20 companies in mostly lower level positions (and 5+ office jobs) I still can't seem to find a good career for myself.
What I'm good at:
I'm really good at developing and debugging software but took the hardware path in computer engineering and never used those skills. Plus one thing I can't stand is very cozy snobs. People who act like they are better because they have more job security than you or dress more gay (no offense) and unfortunately I've found the software industry is full of those types (but do correct me if im wrong).
Outdoors is where I'd rather be 3/4 of the year rain or sun but too much physical stress is really exhausting (as I've tried building wooden homes for a year and worked outside all winter through rain and snow) It took a year just for my physical pains, wrists, tendons, joints to subside from swinging a hammer, carrying bricks, mixing cement, climbing roofs....
Now I work for the Electrical engineering department at an exercise machine company. It's a decent fit culturally, although I never quite feel comfortable in those private company clan-like atmospheres. Previously I've worked for a huge company which employs a quarter million people worldwide and it was just kinda scary how cold the office was, despite a couple warm relationships. I'm hands-on, extremely spacial. I can design computer software and computer hardware systems from the logic, all the way up to the software, in my mind before actually testing and building them. Analog circuits is my weaker point.
The tedious detail oriented stuff isn't fun or interesting but organizing a project to minimize debugging and minimizing the need for detail work is enjoyable. Project management seems to analytic and detail/schedule oriented for my style, as well I prefer to be seen as the nice guy who can wing it instead of the marcher leading the procession.
But I work well with physical spacial and materials. Even design like interior design and architecture (too bad the field is so competitive). I've even considered landscaping since i love the outdoors, working with my hands, and plants too and hard work is very theraputic at times. I enjoy meeting new people and gain their trust rapidly. I've shied away from face jobs in the past just because some days I am very negative and I don't want to share that side with people. Plus face jobs seem superficial and fake. I think of myself as genuine, honest, caring, adaptive.
Psychology is another strong point of mine. I'm excellent at communicating at the emotional level and understanding many types of people from my diverse set of experiences. My method of work starts at the gross and large level and I prefer to refine my result through iterations of improvement. Music and digital audio track engineering is really fun for me as I get carried away adjusting the timing and nuance of each instrument to perfection and can really spend all day on a short piece. But, again, very competitive. I have no clue how to make money in a creative/competitive industry. That's why I've stuck to engineering in the past.
If you have any ideas for me I'd love to hear them.
Thanks for the help.
I want to know that what career chances are available after the instrumentation engineering? is the degree is good or not as the view of job?
I design and build electronic projects.
What is the best software out there that can simulate a circuit before actually building it.
And this should include pcb layout up to two or more layers..
Digital clocks are my favourite to deisgn..using logic gates and display drivers..
I already know how to design with ver large scale..but there is something beautiful about ttl and nixie tubes..thanks for info...
What kind of jobs can i get?
Does he/she sit at a computer in a cubicle all day, does he/she research a certain topic and discusses it or what? I know it's a broad field and there are many things that one does as an EE, but I just wish I knew what it is that they do EXACTLY.
Planning on doing a diploma then going university to get a degree.