Which companies offer the best electrical engineering jobs to newbies?

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Kayleigh Watts



Which companies offer the best electrical engineering jobs to newbies?

This answer is in the Indian context:

  • No qualified electrical engineers are produced from any Indian engineering university + the Indian engineering curriculum is 40 years old.
  • There is NO demand for Btech / Mtech electrical engineering graduates in the industry.
  • No engineering school in India produces a qualified electrical engineer.
  • Electrical engineering is a dead engineering branch.
  • There is NO demand for any Indian electrical engineering graduate from any company in the world in 2018.
  • The only way to become an electrical engineer in India is by competing in some competitive exam to become an electrical engineer in the government sector.

Electrical engineers are some of the most in-demand professionals in the workplace these days.

As an electrical engineer, some of the best companies to work for are:

1, Boeing

A highly regarded aeronautical company, Boeing Company continues to be the leading provider of passenger aircraft and other commercial transportation purposes. With this being the case, it is no wonder that the company continues to require the expertise that only electrical engineers can provide. Working for the company not only provides prestige, but also the opportunity to further develop skills and career in the electrical sector.

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Electrical engineers are some of the most in-demand professionals in the workplace these days.

As an electrical engineer, some of the best companies to work for are:

1, Boeing

A highly regarded aeronautical company, Boeing Company continues to be the leading provider of passenger aircraft and other commercial transportation purposes. With this being the case, it is no wonder that the company continues to require the expertise that only electrical engineers can provide. Working for the firm not only provides prestige, but also the opportunity to further develop skills and career in the electrical engineering field.

2, Lockheed Martin Corporation

Electrical engineers fortunate enough to land a job at this esteemed firm have the opportunity to collaborate with some of the nation's and world's engineers, scientists, and innovators to develop aircraft, radar, and surveillance systems for military and combat use.

3, General Electric

General Electric's reach is broad, with the aviation and energy sectors only two of its most crucial interests. Electrical engineers who land jobs with General Electric have the opportunity to work with esteemed innovators, engineers and scientists to develop economically viable and environmentally sustainable clean energy systems that use energy from air, solar and wave. General Electric, specifically its subsidiary GE Aviation, designs, develops and manufactures aircraft engines for military and commercial applications.

4, shell

Currently operating in virtually every part of the world to explore, develop, extract and transport energy, it makes perfect sense that the company needs the expertise that electrical engineers can provide. Those in the profession will surely have the opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills in developing electrical systems that streamline Shell's processes.

5, Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric is the world leader in sustainable energy management and industrial automation. Our deep experience in power management, automation, software and services enables us to integrate and connect operational technologies in ways that were not possible just a few years ago.

So go over your resumes guys and apply

Because listed companies are not the only ones, there are thousands of other jobs to broaden your horizon!

Being an engineer (belonging to any branch / trade), but you always need these skills:

Skill # 1: Core Subject Knowledge: - The most basic ingredient that identifies you as an engineer is knowledge in your field of study.

Aware of the latest technological developments in your own field of study, I suggest that you stay up-to-date on developments in your field of engineering, regardless of the career you choose.

# 2: Application of knowledge: - Good grades on your graduation certificate are a reflection of your basic knowledge (based on the curriculum), however vague. Despite that, why

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Being an engineer (belonging to any branch / trade), but you always need these skills:

Skill # 1: Core Subject Knowledge: - The most basic ingredient that identifies you as an engineer is knowledge in your field of study.

Aware of the latest technological developments in your own field of study, I suggest that you stay up-to-date on developments in your field of engineering, regardless of the career you choose.

# 2: Application of knowledge: - Good grades on your graduation certificate are a reflection of your basic knowledge (based on the curriculum), however vague. Despite that, why do you think the correlation between job opportunities and qualifications is so lower? It is due to the fact that a good knowledge on any subject does not guarantee the ability to apply it to solve problems in real time. Employers are interested in engineers, who demonstrate that they can draw on the relevant skills when needed. We highly recommend that you start developing "working" projects so that your application skills are evident.

# 3: Information Literacy: - We, and employers too, understand very well (from personal experience, of course!) That a limited time of 4 years is not enough to learn and excel in everything the industry demands from an engineer. In addition, new "jobs" are created each year requiring new skills. Therefore, knowing how to read and write information is very essential. Information literacy is the ability to identify the need for information and find resources (online / offline) to start and finish a project from scratch.

# 4: Analytical and Creative Thinking: - Look around you. Some of the most amazing devices and technologies are creative and sometimes simple engineering solutions to everyday problems, from smartphone to e-commerce. As engineers, they are expected to be creative enough to come up with innovative ideas and analytical enough to link knowledge from different areas to solve problems.

# 5: Multidisciplinary Exposure: - The contemporary workplace makes it inevitable for engineers to work in interdisciplinary teams with projects that involve skills and tasks of a multidisciplinary nature. For example, an electronics engineer should work in a team made up of computer engineers, designers, project managers, and marketing managers, etc. for a mobile technology project. A basic understanding of these different divisions at work will make your life easier.

# 6: Computer and IT Knowledge: - The world is now transformed into a place where understanding computers and devices is no longer a business skill, but a life skill. A working knowledge of at least one programming language, the Internet, mobile and web applications, social networks, etc. it is as essential as proficiency in English.

# 7: Familiarity with Industry Standards: There is a glaring gap, reported by numerous studies, between academic standards at engineering colleges and actual operating conditions in industry. Young engineers are overwhelmed by the sudden change in working conditions from the technologies used to the operating procedures of the organization they (want) to be a part of and it is reflected in their performance. Learning from industry certified courses is an elegant solution to handling this misalignment.

# 8: Passion to learn: - The most important skill that will make you not only a better engineer but a better person is the never-ending spirit of learning. Many eminent personalities (and "gods") believe that the day a human being stops learning is the day he dies! Let this single mantra rule your life and you will be successful in whatever you do.

TOGETHER WITH EXTENDED SKILLS, IT IS BETTER TO HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE MENTIONED BELOW: -

1) Related to software development: You can always choose to learn languages ​​like JAVA, Python, C Sharp, etc. Since you have a strong command of programming, learning them would allow you to include them on your resume, as most companies use them. Languages.

2) QT Open Source: - An open source based object-based programming, QT allows you to create widgets and applications for Symbian devices and desktop. This is a great program used in most industries and has many classes that you can only learn by practicing frequently.

3) Web Development - This can be a great help in designing websites and it is always fun to play around with. Not only does it add weight to your resume, but you can always design websites if you come up with some good money-making ideas.

4) Hardware related: - Hardware is an interesting topic as long as you like to do it. In India, most of the companies seeking university positions are software or IT oriented. Hardware related jobs are hard to find. If you want to continue, then ...

i】 Microprocessors or mini computers: various microprocessors such as Arduino, Raspberry - Pi, MSP430 LaunchPad, etc. they allow you to write your programs and play around with the hardware. You can design lots of unique projects around these and you can do innovative things. They are fun to learn and the more you practice, the better you become.

¡¡】 PCB Design: There are tons of PCB design software that allows you to design your own circuits. You can learn them in depth and print your own PCBs. Another area that adds weight to your resume. Having a combination of this and the above is a great approach towards hardware.

¡¡¡】) AutoCAD - You may be wondering why AutoCAD. AutoCAD is useful when you are finishing a project that you have undertaken. It is basically used to develop final consumer products. This is primarily used in laser cutting, 3D printing, and other similar techniques that can save you the pain of having to go to someone else to design the housing for your circuits and elements.

The answer may be a bit long… but it will only take you 5 minutes of your lifetime.

I hope that helps

I'm going to leave it to you. I really love my country, but we don't have suitable jobs here for most electrical engineers or any other major branch. Whatever percentage we have is for PSU jobs. Which, I'm sure you know, are via GATE EE.
Even for M.Tech. we need to get a good rank for IIT / NIT / IIIT, totally subject to the specialization we are looking for.

To begin, consider my views in chronological order:

1.) Take a master's degree abroad, if you have good financial support or are highly motivated to do so. Getting a job there is also a tedious task. Although, it is e

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I'm going to leave it to you. I really love my country, but we don't have suitable jobs here for most electrical engineers or any other major branch. Whatever percentage we have is for PSU jobs. Which, I'm sure you know, are via GATE EE.
Even for M.Tech. we need to get a good rank for IIT / NIT / IIIT, totally subject to the specialization we are looking for.

To begin, consider my views in chronological order:

1.) Take a master's degree abroad, if you have good financial support or are highly motivated to do so. Getting a job there is also a tedious task. Although it is easier than here in INDIA. You will learn and implement a lot there. You should know that if you plan to return to INDIA to get a job, it is a very bad idea. Our Indian industry is jobless for an average population earning their master's specialization abroad. It is not totally related to people abroad, as students who obtain a master's degree only here cannot get the best jobs based on their specialization. So, go abroad, but also try to get the best job only there.

2.) Get a job in India, if you want to stick to the energy sector, you can go for PSU / GATE jobs. Companies also have their own exams, such as Power Grid, RRB, GRSE, DMRC, BSNL, etc. You can look it up online. The private sector is also good for an electrical engineer, you just need to find a good company. Reliance, TATA, Torrent power, many companies are there. Look for them. :) But starting salary, professional growth + promotions + salary increase due to job change, these factors do not favor us electrical engineers. It takes a long time to have a well-established career, unlike in the IT field.

3.) Get a master's degree in India - you could. Getting a scholarship in India is easy. You have to clear GATE. A good rank will allow you to enter the university of your choice. MHRD has recently increased the stipend to INR 12,400 pm from INR 8000 pm. It is enough to survive the education fees and the cost of the support material. But the main problem is that only a handful of PSUs request M.Tech/ME, for example powergrid. Even I don't remember the name of any other company. The teaching career is a sinking ship. You don't want to go in there. R&D jobs are much lower in India, subject to the specialization you choose. Power electronics and drives and power systems are the best options. So it's basically like looking for a job after graduation, which you can still do. The Indian energy industry is not looking for qualified engineers, they only want minimum wage workers.

The decision should be yours alone, you asked me to respond and I just gave you a reality check of the Indian industry.

It is difficult, but you can do it. Don't let my answer undermine your thought process. I suggest you go abroad, study hard and get a job!

Good luck !!!

Thanks for A2A.

I can remember my engineering days. A similar anxiety used to kill my past, present and future from time to time.

I can remember Professor RK Baroi from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, for his remarkable advice in this regard. At that time we were in the middle of the third year of Electrical Engineering. One day we were talking about job opportunities and future prospects in his class. That day Prof. Baroi said, “You are all going to get good jobs. So stop thinking about it and use your time for what you are here for. ”The comment was very reassuring, encouraging and inspiring.

Reiterating that of my teacher

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I can remember my engineering days. A similar anxiety used to kill my past, present and future from time to time.

I can remember Professor RK Baroi from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, for his remarkable advice in this regard. At that time we were in the middle of the third year of Electrical Engineering. One day we were talking about job opportunities and future prospects in his class. That day Prof. Baroi said, “You are all going to get good jobs. So stop thinking about it and use your time for what you are here for. ”The comment was very reassuring, encouraging and inspiring.

Reiterating the words of my teacher, I guarantee you here on Quora that all of you will get good jobs. So, stop worrying and prepare yourself as a person capable of keeping promises.

Now, there are some basics we all need to work on before the job search begins. Everyone who is reading this can follow the steps below. Believe me, it works for everyone and for you too. There are ample opportunities to take advantage of.

  • Get ready: communication is extremely important when we talk about working in an organization. It matters how you interact with others. When you introduce yourself, your dress, body language, etiquette, etc. talks a lot about how you are. You have to make sure that your presence communicates the positive energy that is in you. Your enemy here is the fear of not getting the job. The more you trust yourself, the less fear you will be. Work on the following three points to gain more confidence.
  • Interview yourself: Before anyone else, be the first to conduct your interview. Sitting in front of the mirror, ask yourself questions and answer yourself. I'm sure you will feel disgusting at first. Don't feel bad about it. Repeat the process and you will find where you need to improve. Do it regularly and you will soon realize that it is good to face the world.
  • Know Your Subject - This is essential to get the job done. If you don't know your topic, why would someone hire you?
  • Know the job - This will be an added bonus if you can gather more information about the company, its activity, and what its likely role may be. Try to correlate your engineering learning with this. The interview questions will be more related only to this field.

Ultimately, failure will make you stronger. You must learn from your mistakes and move on in life.

No one will hire you because you need a job. They want to hire someone who can provide the service they seek. So, be that person who is capable of serving. Thanks for asking.

Career option in electrical engineer:

First of all I would say that if you are becoming an electrical engineer, people are of the opinion that these days who takes electrical engineer title mainly in India and that is not true at all.

Electrical engineering if done properly then you have many options such as:

  1. IES: This is a government job and it's called Indian Engineering Services. You can start to focus at the end of the third year and you will definitely achieve the same in two years. With this you get a renowned job in railways, army, etc.
  2. PSU Jobs - By preparing for and qualifying for GATE, you get a number of opportunities
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Career option in electrical engineer:

First of all I would say that if you are becoming an electrical engineer, people are of the opinion that these days who takes electrical engineer title mainly in India and that is not true at all.

Electrical engineering if done properly then you have many options such as:

  1. IES: This is a government job and it's called Indian Engineering Services. You can start to focus at the end of the third year and you will definitely achieve the same in two years. With this you get a renowned job in railways, army, etc.
  2. PSU Jobs: By preparing for GATE and qualifying you get various opportunities at PSU like BHEL, ENGINEER INDIA LIMITED, SAIL, GAIL, POWER GRID, IOCL, DELHI METRO, NHPC Jobs are really good with good packages.
  3. EPC: In engineering procurement construction there are many private companies like L&T, SAMSUNG
  4. There are many product companies like ABB, SIEMENS, SCHNEIDER, ALSTOM where they manufacture a lot of equipment like transformers, circuit breakers, control relay panels, CT, CVT, isolators and they all have different departments of marketing, execution, procurement, design, therefore . you have ample opportunities in the same in all these verticals.
  5. Now IT sector, yes, you can enter this after clearing campus location. Learn the C language in depth and accept jobs at TCS, HCL, ACCENTURE, COGNIZANT, and other companies as well. These companies have sites in European countries and you will enjoy it.
  6. You can also go to MS in USA if you want and also IELTS is the option to go to Canada, Australia after having experience in electrical sector.

Does it depend on what criteria are you deciding the best job?
- On the basis of salary
- On the basis of workload and time
- On the basis of the reputation of the position
- On the basis of monotonous work / Departure of innovative work
- On the basis of transfers (frequent changes in workplaces)
- On the basis The basis of only settling in life compromises all other parameters
- On the basis of the free time you want in the duration of work
- On the basis of job safety

So ...
Based on all of these factors, the definition of "Best Job" varies.
Here I am not defining the best job for you. Because each of the labor sectors

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Does it depend on what criteria are you deciding the best job?
- On the basis of salary
- On the basis of workload and time
- On the basis of the reputation of the position
- On the basis of monotonous work / Departure of innovative work
- On the basis of transfers (frequent changes in workplaces)
- On the basis The basis of only settling in life compromises all other parameters
- On the basis of the free time you want in the duration of work
- On the basis of job safety

So ...
Based on all of these factors, the definition of "Best Job" varies.
Here I am not defining the best job for you. Because each of the labor sectors has its own merits and demerits. You are the one who decides that * What factor do you want to compromise? and * What factor do you want to prioritize?
former.
* Private Sectors: the salary varies from very low to very high The
burden can be much more, more work
time Less free time, the work can be monotonous
or it can also be exaggerated. Transfers are not as frequent as
in the case of government jobs. There is no security at work. You can be fired at any time for any reason (expect some new cases, legal ties but also leaks)
* Teaching sector: More free time, You can enjoy your earnings
Need to update from new techniques
and course changes. ............. and much more In the
same way, you have to analyze all the available options according to your capabilities and then you can decide which is the best job for you? This is not just for electrical engineers. But it's true for everyone.
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Being an electrical engineer 😊 I want to share information about job opportunities and also what we have to do to get those jobs.

  • If you are interested in working in a government company such as electricity supply board, NTPC, railway, power grid, thermal power plant, etc.
  • Through GATE Score you will also get direct work like DRDO, Power grid, HAL, etc.
  • Doing courses such as PLC, AutoCAD, MATLAB, VLSI design course, programming languages ​​but do the 1 course perfectly 💯🔥…. this is very important.
  • In Private companies we also have opportunities in the field of Design, Quality and Maintenance.
  • Sun
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Being an electrical engineer 😊 I want to share information about job opportunities and also what we have to do to get those jobs.

  • If you are interested in working in a government company such as electricity supply board, NTPC, railway, power grid, thermal power plant, etc.
  • Through GATE Score you will also get direct work like DRDO, Power grid, HAL, etc.
  • Doing courses such as PLC, AutoCAD, MATLAB, VLSI design course, programming languages ​​but do the 1 course perfectly 💯🔥…. this is very important.
  • In Private companies we also have opportunities in the field of Design, Quality and Maintenance.
  • Solar power plant, windmill, substation, hydroelectric power plant and like many central companies are his.

I don't know much about prospect, as we haven't tried to find a job yet. And we in Electronics ... But we could soon update with one if the stage moves well ...

"Hopefully, the Department of Electricity is offering a better package for electrical engineers."

Basically, we had to continue with exports, but the national one is not suitable for the field. That is a lot of time that an individual consumes to move with caution by hiring a simple game. That doesn't worry us much about perspective.

We try hard, but success doesn't come overnight. As a student, look at it ...

There is a lot of difference between what we see and what is real.

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I don't know much about prospect, as we haven't tried to find a job yet. And we in Electronics ... But we could soon update with one if the stage moves well ...

"Hopefully, the Department of Electricity is offering a better package for electrical engineers."

Basically, we had to continue with exports, but the national one is not suitable for the field. That is a lot of time that an individual consumes to move with caution by hiring a simple game. That doesn't worry us much about perspective.

We try hard, but success doesn't come overnight. As a student, look at it ...

There is a lot of difference between what we see and reality ...


A case study….

Let me give a very good example of a recent scenario: we used to trade, we basically practiced like we did our studies _ we received phone calls and many times, we left the trade and the calls were answered _ so we could not earn a living as it was understood why not We were able to work, although the main problem was investment, we couldn't due to education. So we quit trading within 2-3 years and found that $ 50 is not a big deal. Like spending INR 3000, it is not a big deal: the student spends and does not even bother, a happy hour ...

We weren't making a single penny recently, we still get the calls, you better agree we were so good at trading. - a call from Mumbai - we answered piecemeal - I am an individual struggling to make a living - we cannot afford more than 1000 organizations, rather 1000 of those organizations can pay us ... - which makes you understand, nothing - although we still receive calls… We still do not understand the means of revival.

Let's take example two: although according to the education based on the profile, it has been a year since on Quora, not even a single question related to export has been assigned, which would be very productive, you tried more than 1000, that would be very productive. . Isn't that significant ... we didn't lose money on the internet ... isn't it kind of funny ...


As if we were assigned to leave a question, that would be very significant ...

What if we drop a question - a - M / s Ayushi - How to make money? You better know, but that's not really a question! Intact, you could help me make a pani puri, but no money!


Example No. 3 _ personally funny _ just to laugh ... (electric current)

The Unpunctuals, as we always hear - Who - The Police _ Yes, the Police.

Q: How to earn money?

A: We do not know, we are servants of the government and we work for the welfare of civilians. according to job needs ...

Q: What is your job?

A: To protect the government of civilians from diplomatic and criminal disputes

Q: What what?

Q: So who do you mean by criminals?

A: We do not know, it may be, which is not a COP.

(Shit, and what is the rest of the education sector destined for ...)

It's a prank…

Yes!! The average electrical engineer will get a job if:

  • If you get good communication skills.
  • If they have obtained very good grades upon completion of their graduation.
  • If he / she is full of knowledge in that field.
  • If you know that, how to impress a client.
  • Leadership property.
  • Good quality of motivation, confidence, etc.

If any of you set your goal, then know that you have the power to suppress it.

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