Electrical engineer

Electrical engineers design, build and test electrical devices and equipment, including communication systems, power generators, motors and navigation systems, and electrical systems for automobiles and aircraft. They also oversee the manufacturing of certain instruments, systems and equipment.

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KEY SKILLS

  • Basic circuit knowledge

  • Critical thinking skills

  • Problem solving skills

  • Programming skills

  • Work ethics

  • Communication skills

PROS

  • Job Flexibility

  • High salary

  • Never ending demand

  • Lot of oppurtunities

CONS

  • Limited employment growth

  • Risky occupation

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GOT WHAT IT TAKES?

  • Companies 

  • government

  • Loves working on circuits

  • open to learning

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Interesting Facts about the career

  • It is not hard for an electrical engineer to get a job since their expertise can be applied in many industries and workplaces. If you are interested to become a project manager, he or she should be able to deal with management skills and basic circuit theory.

  • The intensive researcher about electricity was conducted in 19th century. The famous work during the era was the work of Georg Ohm.

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