Well to answer your question..if people are coming to you (the EET) to check their circuits..thats being outclassed in my opinion.
It is true..a EET will always have to fight for their right to be considered in the same class. EE's and ME's will always feel they have something over the EET's and MET's. It is a fact of life. But once you break into a company..your worth will show. It is all based on management. The senior engineer for my electrical group is a EET. EET and EE's are on the same level at my company. I do agree that many companies don't see it that way. I recommend all EET's to get their FE (fundamental exam) license and go the path of PE (professional engineer). EET's are well liked in the manufacturing field. In the analysis and research fields, I do agree that EET's are handicapped. If you want to talk more about this please email me at smashbrohammer @aol.com