I am going to graduate soon of a 5 year long major. The major was a general engineering with specialization in nuclear engineering. Now I have to look for a job, but I don't know exactly what to look for. Should I look for jobs in the nuclear field, or try to broaden the search and look for everything that involves an engineering degree? Could you give me some keywords to facilitate this search? I see for example a lot of words like analyst, consultant, lead, manager, or "safety engineer", "piping engineer", etc and I don't know their meaning. Right now I look for the keywords "graduate" or "junior" and "nuclear", but there aren't a lot of jobs with those. Also, I am Spanish, so the place to look for jobs would be all Europe. Is the job market really that bad in Europe? On what countries should I focus the search? I am thinking that, being fluent in English, the only places I can find jobs would be the UK, Belgium, Netherlands, and perhaps Norway. Is this correct, or am I missing something? Any kind of advice will be greatly appreciated. I really don't care that much about in what field I end up, but I don't like at all the idea of being jobless.