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- June 27, 2012
- Preferred qualification: Postgraduate
There are a large number of electronics graduates entering permanent jobs after graduation, go into research, design and development. An Electronics Engineer's career path can lead to a broad range of Electronics Jobs in different specialties in various industries in abroad. There are lots of opportunities for skilled electronics engineers with post secondary qualifications. An Electronics & Telecommunication engineer can get a job in the Government Sector and their sponsored corporations in public enterprises and the private organizations like Telephone Industries, Civil, Aviation Department; Post and Telegraph Department; etc, dealing in manufacture, sales and services of electronics consumer goods and appliances. Electronics engineers are also absorbed into the entertainment, transmission industry, research establishments, and defence. And Germany is Europe's largest electronics producing nation and is generally diversified in the range of products it has to offer. The electronics industry is boosted by the return to growth in automobile production and increased demand for electronic components.
Germany has strong economy compared to its peer countries in Europe. Further, Gemany plans to introduce EU pass for international students which will allow them to work part time and will also give opportunity to stay for 18 months after the study period. Germany is further opening up to allow international students having work in related area after study and income to apply for citizenship. All this is awaited and I have not received the final notification. I am still positive on Germany and I am sure these notification will be out soon.
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