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Getting Hired and Staying Hired

Engineers want to get hired and stay hired. Here is one view of how you should approach the process.
Most engineers have a very reasonable desire to avoid poverty. This leads them to seek good employment with the best company and best opportunity possible.  But I believe that man… http://prettygoodproblemsolver.com/blog/getting-hired-and-staying-hired/

EE Interview Questions 3

Here are four more questions that an Electrical Engineer might encounter during an interview.
Here are four more questions, continuing our series of typical questions that an electrical engineering candidate might encounter.  It is fair to note that my experience and candi… http://prettygoodproblemsolver.com/blog/ee-interview-questions-3/

EE Interview Questions 2

Continuing the discussion of Electrical Engineer interview questions.
Better Bugs Let's try some more interview questions. The numbering for the questions continues from the previous post. Remember that there is not one "right" answer.  There mig… http://prettygoodproblemsolver.com/blog/ee-interview-questions-2/

EE Interview Questions 1

Here are some typical interview questions for an Electrical Engineering candidate.
Better Bugs Here are a couple of typical interview questions I might ask an electrical engineering candidate during a job interview.  Before we get started on my questions, it is … http://prettygoodproblemsolver.com/blog/ee-interview-questions-1/

Electrical Engineer Interview Questions

Some reader responses to an online article (elsewhere, not mine) make me really sad and a little bit mad.
Better Bugs The other day I encountered an article that listed some general interview questions for Electrical Engineers.  The author was simply giving you some good stuff to thin… http://prettygoodproblemsolver.com/blog/electrical-engineer-interview-questions/

Getting Hired: "Show it, don't say it."

Something to think about when you are writing a resume or preparing for an interview.
Advice for students and recent graduates The headline for this commentary comes from advice that is frequently given to fiction writers: “Show it, don’t say it.”  Oddly, I had not… http://prettygoodproblemsolver.com/blog/getting-hired-show-it-dont-say-it/