Electrical Engineers by: Haley mcmillin

Electrical Engineers work on many different things such as computers, cell phones, robots, and many more things.

Electrical engineers make $72,238 per year.

Electrical Engineers work normal working hours but some may have to be on call or work different hours to meet projects deadlines. Electrical Engineers work in offices and labratories, workshops and on sites at power stations.

Electrical Engineers evaluate electrical systems, products, components and applications from designing and making research programs.

5 years until November 2019 job openings for Electrical Engineers is expected to be below average.

A bachelor's degree is required. Master's and doctoral programs are also available. You have to go to college for 4 years to become an Electrical Engineer.

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