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    I have already applied for Electronics Engineering with Nanotechnology. But I'm just curious about the question. I want to know some real life examples from you,engineers.
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    (Original post by arson_fire)
    The industry you work has more impact than your degree title. An engineer working offshore or as an expat in Dubai or Saudi will earn more than a desk-jockey in the uk regardless of their speciality.

    But generally chemical is one of the higher, mechanical one of the lower. All will put food on the table.
    And what do you think about the degree I've applied for

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    (Original post by arson_fire)
    Sound good! EE is well regarded and most graduate employers will be happy to take it. Plus the nano will hopefully give you the opportunity to work on something cutting edge - good topic for interviews.
    Thank you sir

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    Depends on which company and industry you work for - you're not paid on the basis of the degree you hold.
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    Most graduates in the petroleum and mining industries over here (Australia) are earning about AUD 100k. Those in the office will earn a little less.

    Some who work with contractors in O&G or construction can hit 200k as graduates (rare).
 
 
 
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