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What kind of job can a get with a bachelor of science and technology in electrical engineering
1 answers - Asked By: usajim22 - 7/28/2009
I deciding between being an electrial engineer or product manager. Which one makes more? Which one is hired the most? Which one requirements a lot of work in college?
1 answers - Asked By: chenjack90 - 3/3/2011
Manager find out that his french fries kitchen employee at fast food has bachelor in electrical engineering. manager immediately terminates his job. is this fair? man writes on application as GED high...
9 answers - Asked By: cricket - 1/27/2011
So I'm a physics major and pretty much finished with my degree. I have a ton of research experience, I was sps vice president, and thats about it. I would like to get a 2nd major in electrical enginee...
2 answers - Asked By: - 3/29/2011
What jobs can an electrical engineer get based on autocad...?with a detailed info on the role in the market
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In general, which career pays better. I've also heard that doing MBA (masters in business administration) after your engineering gives you a great chance of landing a job with a high salary. Is that t...
2 answers - Asked By: laker4ever - 8/5/2009
I am from India I have recieved an e-mail regarding job opportunity this is the mail InterContinental HOTEL London Westminster 22-28 The Broadway London SW1H 9JS. TELL: +447014234177, +447017990...
6 answers - Asked By: - 11/5/2011
I would like to start a career at Google, and I seriously composed a 15 page report on how to do it. The only thing I'm not sure on is: can I get in working on computers with an Electrical Engineer...
1 answers - Asked By: ArmedSquirrel - 6/29/2008
As in, what would be the most helpful in the long run? My guess would be business or management, but I'd like to hear from others. Thank you
1 answers - Asked By: Bob D - 9/5/2010
All of a sudden Warwickshire has really applealed to me... must be the rice crispies are said to taste better... much sweeter then rice crispies from anywhere else.. the sweetest rice crispies i've e...
1 answers - Asked By: monkey kyle - 2/11/2007
I'm an electrical power engineer , but I changed my career to computer networks ( Helpdesk agent CCNA certified ) , but really confused wether to continue with the computer networks field or return ...
4 answers - Asked By: mark_narouz - 10/24/2006
I'm an electrical power engineering graduate , currently confused between continuing in the computer networks field ( currently working and holding CCNA ) or fall back and work as an electrical power ...
1 answers - Asked By: mark_narouz - 12/22/2006
Hey, I'm a senior in high school, and I'm about to start college next fall. My big concern now is my future and my career. I really wanna be an architectural engineer, actually I've been working on it...
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Which is the best field in engineering=MECHANICAL Engineering,Computer Engineering,Electrical Engineering or civil engineering in terms of good salary and job opportunities.
4 answers - Asked By: Raman kumar - 3/14/2009
I was looking on a website full of careers and I noticed that there wasn't an electrical engineering manager but, when i looked on google there was an electrical engineering manager. I just want to ma...
3 answers - Asked By: Aab - 8/13/2009
Applicant 1 has bachelor degree in electrical engineering with 3.9 GPA Applicant 2 is a triple major with bachelor degree in electrical engineering, bachelor degree in mathematics and bachelor degr...
6 answers - Asked By: joe - 6/3/2011
I'm a junior majoring in Electrical Engineering. I've recently been looking for possible job offers and have yet to find an entry level job anywhere (outsourcing??). Every job offer that I see require...
3 answers - Asked By: Galbadian - 3/24/2007
I am going for an interview for the position of electrical contract manager and i have never done this job before, but this is something i would like to try my hand at doing.
1 answers - Asked By: DARREN B - 2/2/2008
Specialized branch of electrical engineering. For example: when someone says they want to be a doctor, but they want to be a doctor specialized on a specific part of the body or for certain kinds of i...
1 answers - Asked By: Aaron Maiden - 10/19/2009
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