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The day in the Life of a Computer Engineer

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Joseph Partida

on 11 October 2013

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Transcript of The day in the Life of a Computer Engineer

The day in the Life of a Computer Engineer
A Typical Day
The Work Place
The typical computer engineer usually doesn't have to leave his/her house. But sometimes they need to leave home to do something at the office or meet a client.
Is the Job going to be demanded in the Future?
Computer engineering will not go out after a while. People are going to use more complicated computers in the future, so Computer Engineers will be high in demand.
A computer/software engineer can frequently work at home, but him/her will have to meet with their clients. They work on writing codes or programs to get results, test software and networking hardware, troubleshoot codes and computer programs, and work directly with their clients.
-Info given by Yahoo Answers.
The Salary
The average computer engineer has a salary of $89,000.
The minimum is $56,000.
The maximum is $140,328.
-Info given by computerengineeringdata.com
The Responsibilities
Computer Engineers must research their computer operating systems, review their systems, make changes to systems, and may even develop operating systems.
What is Computer Engineering ?
The Education
Most employers require for students to have a bachelor's degree in computer science, computer programming, or etc.
-Info got by: education-portal.com
Thanks for watching!
Made by: Joseph Partida and Bryan Silva
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