Career Questions tagged Power
I'm currently studying ND: Electrical Engineering (Power Systems), where can I get a job preparing me for my Practice 1&2?
I'm currently studying ND: Electrical Engineering (Power Systems).
If all goes well I will be doing my P1&P2 (in-serve/intern) next year. #engineer #electrical #electricalengineer #electricalengineering #intern #in-serve #internship #practice1 #noexperience #technology #power #powersystems
Hello, I am an electrical engineering student and have recently been exploring fields in EE. Can you help me understand what skills would I need to work in power? is the work you do interesting and engaging? and some general advice and tips would be great. Thank you for your help. #JULY20...
My Career goal is basically to be a Power Engineer (hoping to divert from Computer Engineering later) and provide better electricity in my country, we already have electricity in most parts of the country, but there are irritating power cuts that happen without warning. Looking at Asia and how fast they are moving forward, would China and Japan, basically Asia, control the world's power sector in the next few years? If yes, should I start preparing to join their revolution or just run my own show? If no, why and what path should I take?
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How can I become a mature ideological individual who knows what it truly going on in politics today? #USA #Politics #RorD
I want to know what's truly going on in the world today. I would like to know more about American policies. I am ignorant to U.S. laws as well as loopholes. I wish to become a successful adult and educated citizen. #knowledge #is #power #taxbrackets #budgets.
Knowledge is power, and where best to learn about Historical monuments and their impact on the world that to see them in person. #Paris #Prague #history #knowledge #Power #scholarships
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