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With an EE the door is wide open. Most likely you will have to go a 4 year apprentice program. Residential, Commercial and Industrial are all different animals.

Have you thought about a Field Service Engineer position?

I think it depends on what you want to do.

Nothing like tamping a ditch when it's 110 out :)
 

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Check out this site www.roadtechs.com www.indeed.com is another one. Roadtechs is for travelers like myself. I work E&I. The road sucks but I can work 4 months and make more than I would working 12 months full time. I know some engineers making around $65/hr I even hear of $80/hr then when you work 72-84 hours a week plus a PD that is some serous cash. I know nuclear is picking up. Lots of up grades being done to plants. Hey and just think once that contract is up you can go on unemployment :)

Good luck

Ken
 
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