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Electrical engineering/ nanotechnology guidance

  1. Nov 21, 2011 #1
    Hey guys,

    I am studying Electrical engineering and nanotechnology right now in my 3rd year, I'm really interested in things like graphene technology, nanoshells, carbon nanotubes. Im not the brightest student my gpa ranges from 60%-70%. I don't have any experience related to the engineering field, so I'm very scared that I won't be able to find a job after i graduate thats related to my area of studies. Is there any guidance you guys can give me that will help me ease myself into the workforce as soon as a I graduate? I know that getting experience is the key, but I dont see how I can get experience when every employer is looking for students with experience.
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