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JB has been working as an Electrical Engineer since 2008. He works in the power utility distribution. Meaning he gets electricity from power plants to residential homes, businesses and industrial buildings.
He graduated from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville with a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering in 2009
Louis graduated from UCF: University of Central Florida. He got a bachelors in EE and masters in mathematics. He worked as an electrician for several years while in college before working as an EE. He has worked for General Electric, and wall street. He is currently a solo-consultant for Lockheed Martin and Amec
They both work in Illinois, and are both Professional Engineers
Mp3 Recording of the video:
0:34 Introductions – Electrical Engineers
3:50 Starting as an Electrician
6:33 Realities & Expectations: Upper Level Math, Hands-On Field Work
9:29 Working At a Small Company
11:17 Sacrificing for Company or Yourself
12:11 Variety of Engineering Roles
14:59 Mentoring in Engineering
16:58 Applying Knowledge from School
19:23 Getting a PE and Climbing the Corporate Ladder
22:17 Project Management Tasks
28:28 Interactions and Collaboration with Co-Workers
32:00 Jobs That Don’t Require PE (Professional Engineer) License, EIT/FE Exam
35:35 Inspirations and Motivations of Engineering
36:26 Small Business Development and Entrepreneurship
38:07 Reinventing the Wheel, Discovery of New Knowledge
42:29 Racial Discrimination
47:40 Age Discrimination
48:56 Best Time to Take PE (Professional Engineer Exam)
52:00, 56:53 Is a Master’s Degree In Electrical Engineering Worth It?
53:47 Graduating Without Work Experience
54:39 Should People Still Major In Electrical Engineering
55:36 How to Make Yourself More Marketable For First Job?
58:20 Is It Hard To Be An Electrical Engineer?
59:09 Non-Office Field Engineering Roles
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