Electrical Engineer


Electrical engineers are skilled professionals who work in fields related to electricity, electromagnetism, and electronics, which often leads to the creation of technology upon which we depend each and every day. Indeed, electrical engineers may work with a team that assists in the creation of microprocessors to place in computers; designs a new satellite to allow for worldwide communication; or develops a new flight control system to help pilots more effectively navigate at the helm of an aircraft. And there is certainly no single industry in which all electrical engineers are employed; instead, jobs open to these professionals may lie within any number of fields that require the abilities of someone who can apply electrical engineering concepts to devise solutions to specific problems. Of course, many electrical engineers may also work in research positions, helping to expand the outer limits of the field itself

Job Prospect


Work Environment

Electrical and electronic engineers work in various industries, including engineering services, research and development, and manufacturing. Electrical and electronics engineers generally work indoors in offices. However, they may visit sites to observe a problem or a piece of complex equipment

General and Personal Skills Required

Average Salary

Cost of Training

Recommended Level of Education


Professional Skills / Tools Required

Grammar skills, Research skills, Word Processing Software, Content management system CMS, Collaboration & Communication skills, Udemy, Coursera

Associated Disciplines

Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics, Automation, Power Systems,