Along with impending retirements of workers long in the field, the market is changing rapidly as technology advances and America’s aging electrical infrastructure continues to deteriorate. Now more than ever, there is a need for sharp, trained professionals to step in and address these issues.
Statistics Source: O*Net’s /U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor
(Wages vary by location, employer and experience)
Electrical Systems graduates can look forward to numerous career opportunities working for electrical utilities, industrial plants, engineering firms and electrical manufacturing companies. Successful graduates can also go into electrical contracting. Career opportunities exist throughout Texas and the United States.