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Median Salary: SAR 97,206
"Electrical engineers are responsible for implementing and designing components for any device that uses electricity, as well as the devices themselves."
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Median Salary: SAR 99,182
"Mechanical engineers participate in the planning and manufacturing of new products by performing engineering duties and developing, designing and testing mechanical devices."
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Median Salary: SAR 131,773
"Project engineers oversee technical staff on engineering projects within their company, ensuring that projects are completed on schedule, within budget and within project specifications."
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SAR 52,500 - SAR 345,000
SAR 45,240 - SAR 165,000
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM)
SAR 145,564 - SAR 431,183
SAR 74,323 - SAR 173,793
Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP)
SAR 60,000 - SAR 128,868
University of Liverpool
SAR 48,000 - SAR 384,000
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
SAR 40,605 - SAR 304,102
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
SAR 49,225 - SAR 348,831
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
SAR 33,635 - SAR 299,244
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering (BSME)
SAR 59,679 - SAR 335,815
SAR 48,673 - SAR 333,668
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Finance
SAR 42,000 - SAR 583,139
Master of Science (MS)
SAR 74,962 - SAR 491,443
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