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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (john jardine)
Subject: Re: Questions on EE job market.
Date: 29 Oct 2002 17:48:18 -0800
NNTP-Posting-Date: 30 Oct 2002 01:48:18 GMT
Jason LaFountain wrote in message news:...
> [This followup was posted to sci.electronics.design and a copy was sent
> to the cited author.]
> I just started my second year of Electrical Engineering, and was
> wondering about the job market within the next few years. Most of the
> reading I've done has shown EE to be one of the more stable professions,
> with decent pay. I'm not intending to change my major at all, hardware
> design has always been my type of thing, but I would like some
> information so I can be best prepared for entering the work force.
> I have searched through job listings and found that while there seems to
> be a good demand, however most require several years of experience. I am
> also considering joining the military for a term of service after I get
> my degree, would that be the type of experience that most employers look
> for? It may also be possible to work on a masters degree while in the
> military. Any information from people with EE history in the military is
> much appreciated.
> Jason LaFountain
Don't know about America but in the UK there's there's a kind of
freemasonry amongst technical ex service people. They tend to
preferentially employ each other.
Good from a companies point of view as their people will follow
procedures, don't complain and will never ever join a union. Bad for
the amount of arse licking that goes on or if some novel situation
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