Electronics Engineer, Except Computer

Average Salary
Degree Requirements
Bachelor's Degree

Streamed your playlist through portable speaker lately? Then you’ve encountered the work of an electronics engineer. Electronics engineers look at the challenges present in the ever-advancing world of technology and say, “bring it on!” Armed with a deep understanding of mathematics and science, these experts draw up theoretical designs of new and improved electronic equipment in nearly every industry imaginable.

Also known as: Design Engineer, Electronics Design Engineer, Engineering Manager, Evaluation Engineer, Integrated Circuit Design Engineer, Product Engineer, Radio Frequency Engineer, Research and Development Engineer, Test Engineer, Test Engineering Manager
Operation Monitoring
Operations Analysis
Quality Control Analysis
Service Orientation
Social Perceptiveness
Systems Analysis
Systems Evaluation
Design electronic equipment and systems
Create detailed sketches and designs of plans
Research advancements in green technologies
Supervise the manufacturing and installation processes
Ensure projects are completed on time and within budget
Assess the needs of clients and determine system requirements and cost
Develop maintenance plans and procedures for electrical equipment

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