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IEEE Spectrum magazine: In a warming job market, the hottest sector is power

New electrical and computer engineers stepping out into the real world this year might not get the multiple job offers and off-the-charts starting pay of the precrash days, but they can rest assured that their skills will be put to good use. Hiring is up by 10 percent over last year, and pay has increased slightly for electrical and computer engineers of the class of 2012. 

Read the full article  with comments from Gregory Reed, PhD, director of the  Power & Energy Initiative  and associate professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.


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