There are a variety of new career opportunities for graduates with a Masters in Electrical Engineering in emerging Industry 4.0 fields, including:
Electrical Engineering is a good choice for individuals who have a passion for Mathematics, Science, and Technology. You can follow your passions into almost any industry or career path. With the emergence of industry 4.0, this field will continue to grow and expand into the future.
Electrical Engineers continue to be in high demand all across the industry. An electrical engineer’s median salary is just over $100,000 per year making this a high-paying and in-demand career option. With a 3% growth rate over the next 10 years, this industry will continue to need Electrical Engineers.
From a software engineer to a lead designer, graduates with a Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering may take a career path in multiple directions.
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