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|05-26-2012, 20:09||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Croydon, United Kingdom
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Personal advice on Electronics carrear
just thought this would be a good place to post this question as probably most guys here are geeks on electronics and must have some acknowledgement on this...
Since young I tried to start my career on electronics. by the time i started doing mobile phone unlocking, several electronic repairs, domestic appliance repair and finally car electronics.
I had no luck with all this in my country has they were not very profitable there. I have settled as a vehicle mechanic but doing mostly mechanical and not electronic jobs. The major drawback was that my education didn't include programming, so although I am a geek on electronics I started loosing as today programming is a must. I have a course but haven't went into uni!
I have since then moved into London but kept my career as a vehicle technician (funny name for a mechanic with understanding on electrics).
As the years pass I realize that i am at a dead hole with my career and things will get worse as I get more experience on this area, no one will want to employ a mechanic on this area, as the work references I have are from a completely different area!
I am seeking for advice on going on with a career of electronics. Should I take some kind of course? Witch keywords should I include while looking for a job or a trainee opportunity?
Any thoughts appreciated!
|06-15-2012, 07:56||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2012
Location: China Shen Zhen / Groug Zhou
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for running a business, somehow need the luck, personnel networking etc.
suppose try again from the recruiting media to seek for any indutries that would match with your electornics knowledge for your perosnal development.
in china, usually, what people learn from the university, usually they are doing the others in the career.
|06-16-2012, 09:11||#3 (permalink)|
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