I am glad to see you are interested in a focused domain such as Electrical engineering. I myself have a bachelors degree in electrical engineering so I can very well relate you your question.
You can have multiple options as an electrical engineer such as going into more core subjects like - Signal processing, System/OS level stuff (VLSI), Chips (IC) designing, Semiconductors industry, etc depending on your interests. Since there are languages like Matlab and C/C++ that are frequently used by Electrical engineers, you could also go on a more application software programming side of things if that is of more interest to you. So to broadly categorize them, you can go more towards hardware electrical engineering roles or software electrical engineering roles.
You might be interested in looking at some of these companies and what they do to understand how electrical engineers work -
Aditi recommends the following next steps:
- You could save these links and follow up on what each company does, maybe look at their career pages and look at fresher/new graduate job description to understand better about it