...I just wanna know. is it possible for me to even get a job as some sort of engineering position outside of the South? Don't get me wrong I like georgia ok. and I love north carolina to death but y'know change needs to come. Everybody keeps telling me that having an eet degree won't hinder me much but I"m starting to think that's crap and employers only want 'real' engineering students. I mean here in ga. EET degree holders can take the FET. but I think georgia is the only state you can do that in. I'm graduating next may and I'm trying to do everything to augment my EET degree, I took calc 3 even though it wasn't required and I have a minor in computer science. I'm a double major but my other major is entirely unrelated (graphic design) so I don't think it'll do me much good. I'm just worried that I'm going to have to live the rest of my life in my home region until I can get a real engineering degree which I do want, I'm thinking one day of going back for mechanical since I'm starting to love it. but rite now like many senior eet students I'm just needing a break from school and some real life work. I'm looking project design, circuit design, design engineering, etc. since that was my strongest point in school. enough with the blabbering, so what can you tell me? Do I have a chance at a top industry design engineering job. Or am I doomed to live in georgia in some factory till i can a BS in ME?