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Based on 2,963 responses, the job of Electrical Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.94 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?

November 2015
"Read the daily report by operation assist the Technicians."
Electrical Engineer:
Explore your knowledge be pro active.
November 2015
"Great things happen."
Electrical Engineer:
Pros: Every day is a new problem to fix. There are always new things to engineer.
Cons: The pace is so fast it is easy to work 60+ hours and still be expected to contribute more.
December 2015
"Electrical engineer."
Electrical Engineer:
Get thorough knowledge during training. And apply the skills learnt in training to the project.
January 2016
"Full time at site and multi-tasking."
Electrical Engineer:
Pros: Its been a great learning experience in this project. Hands-on knowledge, and there are people who explains when I ask questions. Lots of exposures. Definitely not a boring job/project.
Cons: Other perks like allowances, flexibility aren't available.
January 2016
"It's boring."
Electrical Engineer:
Pros: I love money, acommadation.
Cons: Money of course.
January 2016
Electrical Engineer:
Pros: Diversity.
Cons: Exhausting, revenue lower than expectated, stressful.
January 2016
"General Construction Knowledge."
Electrical Engineer:
I spent the first few years working as a Project Engineer on construction sites. This opportunity gave me insight to the challenges of construction and learned general contracting work.