Transcript: Electrical Engineering A specialist in areas such as power systems, equipment manufacturing, or building design. Overall, though, electrical engineers handle the development of lighting, wiring systems, electric motors, navigation systems, and utilities. Electrical engineers who focus on the field of electronics might design communications systems or develop new tech gadgets. I think i would enjoy being an engineer, since childhood I've always had a drive to take my toys apart and attempt to put them back together. I've always been a team member and being an engineer is all about team work. I work well with others. I like that the field is so wide that i wouldnt be working on electrical circuits that light up a home. I am going to specialize in the Computer part of Electrical Engineering. I will be putting in hardware into computers and also writing code. ( Code is the symbolic arrangement of data or instructions in a computer program or the set of such instructions.) My only concern with this career is the amount of time i will spend on one project. From coming in early to leaving very late. The average salary for an Electrical Engineer in the metro-plex area with 0-1 year of experience is 60,770 Some benefits may include: Social Security 401K/403B Disability Healthcare Pension Time Off With a Bachelors in Engineering one can be classified an Engineer. Students often complete their general education and prerequisite coursework, including sequences in calculus and physics. Engineering major courses include topics such as digital systems, electronic circuits, signals and linear systems, engineering problems. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for an electrical engineer is expected to increase by only two percent. This is because U.S companies hire Engineers from other countries at a lower wages. Electrical engineers may find work with state and federal governments , manufacturing plants, as well as scientific and technical organizations. • Assemble electrical and electronic systems and prototypes. • Install and maintain electrical control systems • Modify electrical prototypes, parts, assemblies, and systems to correct functional deviations. • Set up and operate test equipment to evaluate performance of developmental parts. Most Electrical Engineers work 40 hours a week in a laboratories, contruction cites and offices. To start planning for this career i am going to take College Algebra or Pre-calculus (haven't decided) this summer at Collin College. Then start taking calculus at Oklahoma State University. http://www.bls.gov/k12/math02.htm http://education-portal.com/articles/Electrical_Engineer_Employment_Outlook_for_the_Electrical_Engineering_Career_Field.html http://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Texas-Instruments-Electrical-Design-Engineer-Dallas-Salaries-EJI_IE651.0,17_KO18,44_IL.45,51_IM218.htm http://swz.salary.com/SalaryWizard/Electrical-Engineer-I-Salary-Details-Dallas-TX.aspx http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/science-engineering-careers/Elec_electricalengineeringtechnician_c001.shtml Dis-Likes What is an Electrical Engineer? Education By: Angel Lopez 4/25/2012 Likes! Working Conditions. Preparation for Future. Career Interests Sources! $ Income $ Job Outlook On The Job
Transcript: Supervise manufacturing process and attend meetings to discuss and plan projects Posible Entry Points Potential Advancements I need to improve on geometry and english skills along with biology. BY ANDREW WU Entry Wage Hourly- $34.10 Annual- $70,930 Median Wage Hourly- $41.78 Annual- $86,890 Experienced Wage Hourly- $51.17 Annual- $106,430 Along with their salaries most engineers also receive benefits, including health and dental insurance and paid sick leave and vacation time. Other benefits include performance-based bonuses,and use of a company car. Use computer programs to design products, components, or electrical systems and test systems and equipment to make sure they perform as required Training I am interested in computers and wiring and how they work. A bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering is offered at colleges across the country. Electrical Engineer My Goals I can work towards a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and take classes like chemestry, physics, trigonometry, and world history. Estimate quantities and cost of materials, equipment, and labor needed for projects A lot of the work electrical engineers do is done at a desk, in front of a computer. Sometimes they are required to respond to and solve problems on the factory or power plant floor and engineers who specialize in telecommunications equipment may have to travel to communications towers to install or repair equipment. Those who work as consultants may go across the country or the world to their clients’ factories. The average starting salary for those with bachelor’s degrees in electrical/electronic and communications engineering is about $60,000 a year. Resouces: http://www.careercruising.com Potential advancements are: Trainee Junior Engineer Intermediate Engineer Senior Engineer Manager / Senior Partner Highly trained specialists with lots of experience and senior-level managers can earn well over $125,000 a year. Most electrical engineers in the United States earn between $53,000 and $126,000 a year I enjoy playing around with the computer and figuring stuff out. Also I find wiring and circuits interesting. On the job, electrical engineers use precise drafting and designing techniques to turn their ideas into products that help consumers. The tools they use include computer programs, such as CAD (computer-aided design) programs, which give three-dimensional views of their designs. At the undergraduate level, students are taught how to design and build electrical communications systems, power systems, and computers. Electrical engineers work between 40 and 45 hours a week, depending on deadlines and workload. Many can also expect to work a fair number of evenings and weekends when they are under pressure to meet a deadline. A bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering is the minimum educational requirement but a master's degree or PhD is often required for academic or advanced research and development positions. Vacation time varies from company to company, but most electrical engineers take between 2 and 4 weeks of vacation a year. Nature of the Work/ Outlook Potential Benefits Earnings A bachelor's degree costs around 40,00 dollars (10,000 per year) and increases as you work a PHD.
Transcript: •Use computers. •Make decisions and solve problems. •Get information needed to do the job. •Provide information or drawings about devices, equipment, or structures. •Update and use job-related knowledge. Salary Ranges $48,242 - $96,052 Job outlook The outlook for engineers varies by industry. The federal government needs engineers to design defense-related electronic equipment. Communications equipment manufacturers also need additional workers. However, jobs are expected to decline in semiconductor and navigation instruments manufacturing. International competition will also limit the growth of this occupation. Skills Needed Examples: Planning The Circuitry in a cell phone Designing a circuit to regulate water flow in a dam Electrical Engineers: What to Expect and What You'll Need to Succeed in the Field of Electrical Engineering Military training The military does not provide initial training in this field. However, the military may provide work experience to electrical and electronics engineering graduates. In a typical work setting, electrical and electronics engineers: • Communicate daily by telephone, e-mail, and in person. They also use letters and memos, but less often. •Have a medium level of job-required social interaction. •Regularly work as part of a group or team. •Are sometimes responsible for the health and safety of others. •Are sometimes responsible for the work results of others. Examples of electrical engineering tasks: -Planning the circuitry in a cell phone -Designing a circuit to regulate water flow in a dam Working Conditions -Mechanical Engineers -Industrial Engineers -Electrical Engineering technicians Thank you, and good luck. Related Fields On-the-job training New graduates work under the guidance of experienced engineers. In large companies, you may also receive formal classroom training. You receive greater independence and work on more difficult tasks as you gain knowledge and experience. In general, you receive up to one year of on-the-job training.
Transcript: Electrical Engineer What is an Electrical Engineer? Overview of Job An Electrical Engineer they create and monitor production of devices involving electricity. Such as electrical motors, radar, navigation systems, communication systems and power generation equipment. Overview Overview Why? Why should you be an Electrical Engineer? Salary: $96,270 a year or about $46.28 an hour Job Training: There is no on the job training Number of Jobs: 315,900 Cool people: Nikola Tesla was an electrical engineer, destin, not jackson Details of the Job Details of the Job How do you become an electrical engineer? How? Typical Entry Needed: Bechelors Degree School Length: at least 4 years Highest Rated Colleges: Harvard University, Stanford University, and the Massechusetts institute of technology Details Details What I thought was interesting was that that Nikoli Tesla was an electrical engineer. Also the really cool things you can do with an electrical engineer degree. What was interesting What was interesting Bibliography Bibliography https://www.bls.gov/ooh/architecture-and-engineering/electrical-and-electronics-engineers.htm https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings-articles/university-subject-rankings/top-electrical-engineering-schools-2015
Transcript: a degree in a closely related subject like electronic engineering is also ecceptable. They might work 40-45 hour weeks on average and could also expect 2 to 4 weeks of vacation time Working conditions Related Jobs They are all careers that take important skills, pay well, and effect many people. Being an Electrical Engineer is a job where you design and build things in an orginized way. You get to work with friendly, smart, respectable people (exept for that one jerk always somewhere in your life). You have chances to travel to nice places and you get payed well. Wages CON seems like alot, i hope their company provides free coffee CON'S Electrical Engineers design and manufacture electrical equipment or work in the production, transmission, and distribution of electricity. Electrical engineers would usually be found designing new electrical equipment, writing performance requirements for their company's products, attending meetings with other engineers, and more. but you might be under pressure to meet deadlines a good chunk of the time. sometimes you get to travel... PRO A degree like that takes 4 years but is offered across the country. PRO these are only a few, there are many more The minimum education for an electrical engineer is a Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. Education $ Weather its machanical engineering, Aerospace engineering, or nuclear engineering they all include designing building and inventing some real cool things. I have many strengths that would help me in this job, orginization is one of them. I enjoy working with people as smart as me that are able to focus at the goal at hand instead of trying to grow their egos. I think Electrical Engineer is quite possibly a career i may persue in the future. and CON -Michigan State University -Central Michigan University -University of Michigan just about every related job to electrical engineering is another type of engineering. PRO'S Just about every job related to electrical engineering is another type of engineering. There are plenty of Electrical Engineers, yet there is only about 147 openngs a year. alot Colleges that offer this degree My personal opinion this would let you visit new places but you wouldn't be able to spend much time with your family if you have one. Electrical Engineers earn about $31.18 hourly when starting on the job, but with more experience they could earn $94,260 anually which is about $45.32 an hour. -Western Michigan University Typical work day Most of the work electrical engineers do is in front of a desk, but sometimes their job takes them to the factory/plant floor to help solve problems. you get to work with smart people and make some pretty cool things.
Transcript: By: Christopher Sullivan -A person who designs and tests electrical components to be used in residential areas and scientific research Career Cluster: -Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Pathway: -Engineering and Technology Similar jobs include: -Electrical Prospecting Engineer -Electrical Design Engineer -Electrical Test Engineer A person in this career will: -Stay inside and sit more than 1/3 of the time -Have regular working hours Salary and Outlook: -$77,593 a year -Expected 16% increase yearly Educational Requirements: -A bachelor's degree in engineering -Take the fundamentals of engineering examination to get a license -Be good at math In High School: -Join clubs involving math and science -Take lots of math classes -Take a business class -Do a Rube Goldberg machine with the school S.M.A.R.T. Goal: -By 2021 I will be a successful Electrical Engineer with a Bachelor's degree and a job by doing all the internships I can and taking all the needed classes. Math in This Career: -Calculating voltage and current to prevent blowing fuses and wasting electricity Communication in This Career: -You need to be able to explain stuff to a customer in a way they'll understand Decision Making in This Career: -You need to be able to discern what seems right to you when decisions need to be made about safety Advantages of This Career: -High pay -Interesting work -Get to make use of my abilities Disadvantages of This Career: -Lots of hard work -Need to think very hard -Lots of study How This Career Affects Society: -It makes communication easier -It makes technology more efficient -It makes living more comfortable A Person in This Career is: -Realistic -Investigative -Intelligent -Independent This career fits me because: -I enjoy challenges -I like electricity -I'm good at math Sources: -http://answers.yahoo.com/question -https://secure.ihaveaplaniowa.gov Electrical Engineer
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Transcript: Bryan Thompson To become an Electrical Engineer. budget Salary of an Electrical Engineer. Electrical Engineers work in the production & distribution of electricity $ specifications Interviewed Electrical Engineer from Maverick Technologies. by design Examples of Electrical Engineering work Groundwork $ Design & manufacturing Consulting work $ process of completing the job. Electrical Engineer Presentation
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