Hello, I am an EE at college, and I will be graduating in (most likely) 3 semesters. Out of all of the parts of EE, I have really enjoyed electromagnetism the most and I was wondering if anyone had any insight into careers that revolve around EM. I just don't have a good grasp of what engineers in this field actually do and what careers exist. I've heard of antenna and rf design, and dsp... but that's about all I know that is related to this. I figure that most of the jobs in industry that are based around (or make use of) EM are in the field of communications. I really want to be in a job where I am doing design work eventually, so pure academic research isn't something I'm looking into. The only way I would consider doing research is if it was on a topic that was a good transfer into industry (though many topics interest me), where I might still be involved in the design process. I plan on asking a few professors at my college for their advice when I get the chance, but I figured some of you on the physics forum would have some great advice as well. Also, I apologize in advanced for the sloppy post; I'm just really worn out from recent travelling.