Electronics engineers oversee the manufacturing process for electronic products. They typically specialize in a particular area, such as communications or radar. Job applicants need a minimum of a bachelor's degree in engineering, and a Professional Engineer (PE) license is preferred.
A typical day in the life of an electronics engineer might include: • Performing systematic tests of electronics to determine effectiveness and efficiency • Identifying common problem areas with technology • Designing innovative solutions to address the shortcomings of current electronics • Developing, building, and testing new electronic equipment.
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