RF Test Engineering -- Curious about the field Hi guys, I just graduated college and I have an offer for an RF Test Engineering position that sounds pretty amazing to me. The company is a telecommunications company that works mostly with gateway routers. I would be responsible for designing automated RF testing methods used in manufacturing facilities overseas. Ultimately, I would really like to work in the medical device industry. However, I don't mind beginning elsewhere and growing before getting there. It's just a goal someday. I figured this would be a good way to do that as wireless technology is only growing, even in the biotech industry. From what I understand, RF Testing is a pretty small niche field. To me this sounds like a good thing. I'd gain valuable skills and make myself marketable someday. On the other hand, would I have room to grow? In all honesty, I don't know much about that area of industry as I'm actually a double major in mechanical engineering and computer science, but not EE. Do you guys have any advice on such a field? Is it a good field to get into or am I digging myself into a corner niche? Thank you!