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Why majoring in electronics is better?

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Nov 29, 2005
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Hi all,

Let's discuss why majoring in electronics is much better than majoring in power,communication or instrumentation?


Every subject is good to study if we have interest. But, electronics majors have wide job oppurtunities.

by majoring in special field you will limit your scope...
while majoring in electronics you will be like jack of all trades and you can work in many fields...
apart from that you and master the field in which you have started to work,....
you have more choices, options jobs then those..

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thats it you little more jobs and options.. and your area of knowledge is well spread in all fields..

majoring in electronic you will learn to understand how to fix things for yourself and save money.

If you have interests in designing an electronic circuits, devices and systems, you're definitely on the right track!

I began majoring on power, in economic operation of power systems, then power markets, and finally ended on Financial engineering

As someone said, never limit your scope!!

if electronics is for jack of all trades, that means it's for people with good IQ. a jack of all trades is a master of none but there is still mastery. odd.

it's much dependant on your interested things...maybe electronics is more hot now...

In some countries Electronics Design Engineer's are not paid much as compared to their work. So in marketing (electronics) and trading have some weightage. In my opinion oil companies giving handsome salary in electronics maintenance job.

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