Questions for a computer engineer ... URGENT!!

Reply Sat 12 Dec, 2009 07:58 am
I have an assignment for university and wourld really appreciate it if someone answered these questions.
1. Why did you make the choice to enter engineering?
2. Which university did you enroll in to earn your degree?
3. How many years did you study to earn the degree? Full or Part time?
4. Where did you get a job? Was it easy to find the job?
5. Are there many available jobs for computer engineers?
6. Is your job very rewarding compared to the job you do?
7. How much do you earn? Are most salaries in your country more or less than yours?
8. From a 1 to 10 rating how much will you give your career?
9. After many years do you feel glad and satisfied that you entered this career? Why?
10. Where do you work? Did you need extra training/qualifications to enter this specialization other than your university degree?
11. How much hours do you work daily? Are these hours considered more or less than the average working hours?
12. Do you have more or less holidays than other jobs?
13. While looking for a job what companies offered such jobs for computer engineers? Can you name them?
14. Did you hear about jobs overseas offering similar jobs?
15. Do you have any piece of advice for students like ourselves entering engineering? Please advice.
Islamic Girl
Reply Sat 12 Dec, 2009 09:30 am
@Islamic Girl,
Pleaaase anyone ><'..... I would really appreciate it.
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Reply Sat 12 Dec, 2009 03:41 pm
Those questions are a huge invasion of privacy and I think you know that. No-one is going to answer questions like that over the internet. Goodbye.
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Reply Sat 12 Dec, 2009 03:51 pm
15. Do you have any piece of advice for students like ourselves entering engineering? Please advice.

When you have questions to ask about careers in a specific field, you'll obtain more valid and useful answers if you go to that field's associations or societies and ask them there.

In the case of computer engineers, you might try the world's largest association of technological engineers.


For others, scroll down to about the middle of the page here for a list of other computer engineer associations and societies around the world:

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Reply Sat 12 Dec, 2009 03:56 pm
Asked of an individual, yes, the questions are an invasion of privacy. You'll want to look at the statistics of the field in general to get answers that are more accurate and easily obtained than asking on an individual basis.

You'll find answers to most of your other questions at these links:


The bureau of labor statistics has the numbers you're looking for:

Reply Sat 12 Dec, 2009 04:24 pm
Good work, BFN.
We get a lot (well, it seems like a lot) of these questions and an individual may answer kindly once or twice, but since these questions are a common assignment, the individual may become weary. Some posters even argue back that the person who answered is not positioned right in the industry, in an annoyed tone.
To ionus, usually people aren't so traceable, or others wouldn't likely be interested anyway, but I'll admit you have a privacy point.
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