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Hello everyone.  I'm currently in college working towards my AAS in EET.  I'm a bit worried about how I'm going to find a job.  I'm hoping I can find a decently paying electronics job while I go to school online for my BSET.

I'm assuming you guys have jobs in the Electronics Field.  What kind of education do you have?  What kind of job do you have?  How long did it take you to find a job out of college?

Thanks in advance.

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I'm in college but I don't have a job in electronics yet. I just talked to a guy today though who is into communications for a career because I would like to get into electrical. I'm not too familiar with the degrees you talked about. From what he said, many people have a journeymen so there is a lot of competition in that area but the higher areas of study like an electrical engineer, have good job stability. I wish you well in your job search.

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Good afternoon! I think you should not be worried about that. Now it is not so hard to find a job like it was several years ago. I found mine last year on https://uk.jooble.org/jobs-part-time-staff-required-cash-hand/London. You can look for an appropriate job offer there. Different companies suggest different conditions. I mean, part-time and full-time, remote and office jobs, and so on. 

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An extraordinary approach to job hunting. Moreover, there are quite a lot of vacancies for various engineers and electronics technicians. Yes, I agree that the market for electrical parts, and even more so for parts requiring fine-tuning, is now quite expensive. That said, there are some excellent sourceme type companies out there, offering offers for big business projects as well as for plants and factories. This all gives large production facilities access to relatively inexpensive sensors, sensors and other components. And you need specialists to install them, so you just need to look for the right place, where they will be happy to take you.

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