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Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by jeijei, May 3, 2010.

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  1. jeijei


    May 3, 2010
    Hi, Im an aspiring electrical engineering student here in Edmonton who's conducting a career investigation to get into the said field and one of the requirements is to do a career investigation. I'm just asking for 8-10 mins of your time if you guys dont mind. you're help will be very much appreciated. Thank you.

    Please fill this up as it will be really helpful for me.

    Name: __________________________________________________________________
    Mailing Address: _________________________________________________________
    Phone Number: ____________________ Email: ________________________________
    Title: ___________________________________________________________________
    Employer: _______________________________________________________________
    Years in Program: ________________________________________________________
    Specialty: _______________________________________________________________
    Typical Duties: ___________________________________________________________

    What is a typical workday like? What does the employee really do?

    What does you like or dislike about the job?

    What skills/abilities are needed/beneficial for the job?

    What education and training is required?

    What are the starting, average, and maximum salaries in this occupation?

    Are there opportunities for promotion?

    What are the working conditions?

    Where are jobs most likely to be located?

    What are the normal hours of work?

    Is the job typically full-time, part-time, seasonal or contract?

    What is the future outlook for this career?

    How stable is employment in this occupation?
  2. 55pilot


    Feb 23, 2010
    You've got to be kidding me if you think anyone is going to start answering your survey with their personal information.

  3. Ian

    Ian Administrator

    Aug 23, 2006
    Sorry jeijei, it's not wise for people to hand out personal information such as an address/tel number over the internet, so I'm going to have to close this thread. You may have more luck contacting friends and family :)
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