This is a very rewarding career. I work from home and have the flexibility I had always hoped for, as well as reducing the environmental impact of a long commute (which I would have if I worked in the city and maintained my current residence.) I am able to work for companies all over the U.S. which is an interesting aspect of my business. Even as the building industry slows, I always have projects because I work specifically in Fire Alarm Systems which need updating and retro-fitting.
I like this electrical and electronics engineering Very much, because these subjects are very interesting. In electronics studying about the working of the electrical items, which we come across in our daily life is investing. And it is very much interesting to know how the electical energy is produced and transmitted to our house. I have planned to take the same subject in my Post Graduate also.
In general: the pay is good, the expectations of you are high, the people are a bit uninteresting, there are barely any females, and the hours can be long. It's a good career for the right personality. If you are vibrant and a "people person", you may want to look elsewhere, but if you love gadgets and problem solving, engineering can be a great fit.
At a large company all jobs are divided up by type, so don't expect to work on all aspects of a product start to finish. You can focus on the schematics OR the physical layout of a board OR signal integrity OR testing ... You're pretty much expected to become an expert in one area and then you support that area for a number of different projects.
This is a very intersting career. and it is a evergreen career with lots of scope. its more practical.here you are exposed to todays advanced developments because one thing we all know that the electronics forms the base of all the developments today.I would advice today youth to join this career .
I really love my field. We can do so many innovative things and the pay is also really good. Best for people he needs challenging work I will surely choose the same career if I have to do it again This career needs lot of hardwork and innovative thinking
Yes, I would recommend this carrer to anybody that had an intrest in elctricity and computers. For this, you will need a 4 year degree in BSEE, it will assist you through the growing process and it is a requirement for a lot of companies. If I did this again, I would get my BSEE first then move on to this carrer. As a control engineer, your are responsible for all automation in a plant or for developing the automation for manufacturing eqipment. In a plant you are on-call 24/7.
This career requires in-dept knowledge of electronics, electrical systems and programming. I would recommend this career to anybody interested in electrical engineering. if I had to do over again, I would devote my younger years to this topics and areas. Pros - you must have genuine interest. Cons - it's time consuming and have alot of pressures if you fall prey to the wrong company or associates. Quit thinking about getting paid big and working for big companies. You are better off with small companies that really need you.