Electrical Engineer

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Electrical Engineer

Three guys go down to Vegas one night, get drunk and wake up in jail. They find out that they're to be executed for their crimes but none of them can remember what they have done.

The first one is strapped in the electric chair and is asked if he has any last words. He says, "I am a priest and I believe in the almighty power of God to intervene on behalf of the innocent." They throw the switch and nothing happens; so they figure God must not want this guy to die, and let him go.

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Electrical Engineer

Jane ane Lu

Average Salary:The median annual wage for electrical engineers was $87,920 in May 2012. The median annual wage for electronics engineers was $91,820 in May 2012.

Career Opportunities:The career outlook is great for electrical and computer engineers, too. Electrical engineering and computer engineering are some of the fastest growing career fields in the United States. And they pay well—starting salaries are typically near $60,000 for entry-level engineering jobs for bachelor’s degree graduates. With a master’s or PhD degree, you could even make $80,000 or $100,000 a year at your first full-time job.

Necessary Education:Most employers require that entry-level electrical engineers hold a bachelor-level electrical engineering degree from a program accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). Bachelor's degree coursework typically includes digital systems design, electrical circuit theory and differential equations.

Electrical engineers design, develop and maintain electrical control systems and/or components to required specifications, focusing on economy, safety, reliability, quality and sustainability.

This clip is from the movie:The Sorcerer's Apprentice.

The second one is strapped in and gives his last words. "I am an attorney and I believe in the eternal power of Justice to intervene on the part of the innocent." The switch is thrown and again nothing happens.Figuring the law is on this guy's side, they let him go.

The last one is strapped in and say's "I'm an electrical engineer, and I'll tell you right now, you'll never electrocute anybody if you don't connect those two wires."



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