Electronics Engineers

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Occupation Description

Electronics engineers investigate, plan, build, test or oversee electronic components and systems for industrial, military, commercial, or scientific use implementing electronic theory and material properties. They will also plan electronic circuits and components for deployment and activation in fields such as aerospace guidance and propulsion control, acoustics, telecommunications, or instruments and controls.

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Required Education

Bachelor's degree
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Required Work Experience


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