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Post subject: RF/Microwave Masters Graduate - Emplyment Opps? Posted: Sun Sep 11, 2005 7:11 pm
Hi everyone,


I have just obtained my Masters in Microwave Engineering & Wireless Subsystems Design. Rf/Microwave/Wireless related jobs are scarce for graduates here in the UK. However, there are plenty for experienced people. I had a brief experience as a PCB design engineer over the summer.

I am enthusiastic about the US/Canada job markets for graduate level position in Rf/Microwave/Wireless. What are the chances for Work Visa sponsorship? How would I get my foot in the door?

I am willing to hear experiences from grads (non-US) in similar situations as me as well as potential companies/agencies in the US. Please get in touch.

Thanks a lot

Regards,
Xenopus


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xenopus
Post subject: Posted: Sun Sep 11, 2005 7:15 pm

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Joined: Sun Sep 11, 2005 7:02 pm
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I can be reached at sdinesh88@gmail.com. Recruiters/companies welcome to provide feedback and/or opportunities


Thanks,
Dinesh






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