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With technology expanding in more directions that ever before, the future of electrical engineering is bright.
The hurricane was one for the record books, but it's how technical professionals are helping the region recover that makes for an even more interesting chapter.
According to the American Electronics Association (AEA), the high-tech industry added close to a quarter of a million new jobs to the U.S. economy between 1995 and 1996.
Digital technology promises to revolutionize the industry—and
stir up more jobs in product development, design and testing
Who says you have to be a well-seasoned professional to gain recognition for your contributions? Meet some young women engineers who started off their careers by creating names for themselves.
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