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Electronics Engineers

Work Environment

Electronics engineers usually work a five-day, 40-hour workweek, although overtime is occasionally required to meet deadlines on projects. Those who work in research and development, or in supervisory or management positions, may need to work nights and weekends at various times to handle production requirements. Electronics engineers also participate in professional associations and pursue additional training during their free time. Many high-tech companies allow flex-time, which means that workers can arrange their own schedules within certain time frames.

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