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    Skills from electronics/electrical engineers are more and more desirable?

    Hello. I think this is a property forum.This is a thing, which I think about it more often. Viz, what skills from electronics/electrical engineers are more and more desirable? Well, my favorites thing about electronics are analog design, optics and and RF engineering, and I am doing it at big company since few years, and I like it. But are they a future-oriented thinks? More and more are heard about neural networks, advanced DSP, simulating etc. I know - We should like out job, but I think the "clasic" electronics engineers mean less and less important at the labol market. I do not like coding microprocessors, but I like FPGA's, and maybe it is a future and think it is worth to changing occupation? What is Yours opinion? Thanks in advance, and I am tricky in your opinion.

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    Re: Skills from electronics/electrical engineers are more and more desirable?

    There will always be a need for analog, optical and RF design. Stop worrying. Everything becomes analog at some point.



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    Re: Skills from electronics/electrical engineers are more and more desirable?

    In addition to what Barry said;
    If you like FPGAs, continue with them. They are certainly in the future of electronic design.
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