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Engineering Finding an Entry-Level Electrical Engineering Position

  1. Oct 24, 2016 #1
    What are the chances of getting an Entry-Level Electrical Engineering job 3 years after I graduated? I had a 3 year gap because I was getting my teaching degree. However, I did stay current with electrical engineering fundamentals / knowlege during those years.
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  3. Oct 24, 2016 #2
    All job markets are local. Job prospects depend on your local market as well as your strengths and weaknesses: prior experience, research, internships, GPA, reputation of school. I recommend sharing those personal details with a few folks familiar with your local market and getting their input and advice. Or just put together a good resume and start applying for jobs in your desired locations.

    If you don't get called for interviews, then you need to begin thinking about willingness to move to a stronger job market or strengthening your application.
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