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Electrical engineers are responsible for designing, developing and testing electrical systems and their components. As part of their tasks, electrical engineers conduct research programs, study customer requirements and perform quality checks of electrical systems and electrical products.
It requires advanced education to become an electrical engineer. These experts must have thorough knowledge of engineering and technology, computers and electronics, and mathematics. They must also have strong critical thinking, troubleshooting, decision making, and problem-solving skills.
Most employers will require all applicants to have some firsthand work experience. Doing an apprenticeship will help you get the required experience and will also help you understand exactly what this role involves. The interviewer will ask you questions to gauge your knowledge of the job. They will also want to know some more about your short and long term career goals. To see more questions that are typically asked at electrical engineer interviews, go to Mock Questions. Rehearsing your answers to the questions listed there will help you to be better prepared for your upcoming interview.