I see a lot of electrical engineering graduate programs that offer concentrations in signal processing (analog or digital or both). I understand signal processing is used virtually everywhere, but how does one break into a particular industry with a concentration in signal processing? Can you break into any industry where signal processing is required, or is it much more feasible to go into an industry related to other electives you've taken (e.g. Getting into communications with a specialization in signal processing because you took a couple of communications courses)? How employable would this be, if complemented with the appropriate (whatever that is) hands-on experience?