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Based on 2,889 responses, the job of Electrical Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.95 out of 5. On average, Electrical Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Electrical Engineer?

July 2015
Electrical Engineer:
Pros: Gain experience.
Cons: Pay.
August 2015
"Revise engineer, create design spec."
Electrical Engineer:
Pros: Handle a lot of different projects. It's good for me to get more knowledge of how the part actually works in the vehicle.
Cons: Salary is pretty low compare to other companies.
September 2015
"Marine electr. Maint./OHLconstruction/LV switchgr.estimation."
Electrical Engineer:
Pros: Reading Circuit diagrams, faultfinding and cost estimating.
Cons: Very repetitive preparing of cost estimates.
September 2015
"Lots of additional assignments."
Electrical Engineer:
Pros: I like the work atmosphere.
Cons: I do not like my pay.
October 2015
"Long range carrer potential."
Electrical Engineer:
Find out what is your top ceiling development potential within the company, what are the oportunities of development within the company.
October 2015
"Power Plant Turnkey solution to client needs."
Electrical Engineer:
Project, technical and financial consulting, budgeting, supervision, work control, Human Resources. Learn to control stress levels, organizing yourself and focusing on priorities.
October 2015
"Make Connections."
Electrical Engineer:
I can't stress enough how important making contacts at your workplace is. It is vital to develop good relations at work which will not only help you with development within the firm but also a good reference when you want to leave.