Electronic Engineers use their skills to design, construct, test, and maintain electronic systems and components. They may be employed by small businesses or may be employed in the industrial sector. They design, schedule, conduct studies, inspect facilities, attend conferences, and communicate with others.
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Thorough Understanding of the Core Subject
Application of Core Knowledge
Interpersonal and Communication Skills
Planning and Organization Skills
Analytical and Problem Solving Skills
Computing and Information Technology Literacy
Adaptability or Flexibility
Knowledge of Relevant Industry Developments
Attention to Detail
Engineers often escalate to management positions and earn excellent money over the life of their careers
Great salary right out of school
With additional education, engineers can also become doctors, lawyers, writers, teachers, and business people
An understanding of high level math gives a greater understanding of the world around you, and application of this to real problems can be very satisfying
Abundant job opportunities worldwide
The work can be stressful – especially when the equipment or structure has the potential to impact human life.
More time in school than an associate’s degree
Workload can be unpredictable and at times very high
Competitive atmosphere for promotion (performance as perceived by superiors determines one’s ability to be promoted)
GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
Love working with sensors, transistors etc
Have a better understanding of the subject than many others
Interesting Facts about the career
Electronics and Communication is often confused with Electrical Engineering. While both engineering branches deal with core physics, electronic engineers work in designing and developing commercial products; mostly consumer electronics like kitchen appliances, computers, TVs and portable gadgets.
Pursuing studies in engineering colleges is fun; freshmen are welcomed by the sophomores and seniors. Throughout the full time course, electronic engineering school students get to expand their practical knowledge in workshops and seminar sessions provided by the reputed engineering institutes like Institute of Science and Technology.