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Transcript of Electrical Engineer
all entry level engineering jobs. Most engineering
degrees are granted in electrical, mechanical, and civil
engineering. A license requires a degree from an ABET accredited
engineering program, 4 years of relevant work experience, and a
completion of a State examination. In a 4 year college, the first 2 years are spent studying
mathematics, basic sciences, introduction to engineering, humanities, and social sciences. The last 2 years most courses are in engineering. Employment/Job Outlook In 2008, electrical engineers held about 157,800 jobs. They are expected to have an employment growth of 2 percent. By 2018, electrical engineers will have about 160,500 jobs. Salary Electrical engineers earn about
Lowest 10%= $52,990
Lowest 25%= $64,910
Highest 25%= $102,520
Highest 10%= $125,810
Brett MacAllister Work Hours
Electrical Engineers work about 40 hours per week. If they need to meet deadlines, they may work up to 50 hours per week.