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any openings for graduates with mater degree in RF design - RF Cafe Forums

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Post subject: any openings for graduates with mater degree in RF design
Unread postPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 5:00 pm

seems like most companies are hiring Sr. position with 5+ or even 10+ experience.

If you have any openings for Recent Graduate with mater degree in RF circuit/IC design/test field, I am very happy to know that: johnzhel@yahoo.com

Thank you!



Post subject: First impressions
Unread postPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2004 8:56 am

Hi John:

I offer some friendly advice here, no slam intended. You only have one opportunity to make a first impression. This first impression includes a misspelling in the Subject line that is perpetuated in the message body (mater vs. Master’s). It appears that maybe English is not your first language, which does partially excuse the grammatical errors (your English is better than my Spanish!).

Over the years, I have seen a continual degradation of use of proper grammar by graduating engineers, and it is a shame. The problem stems, no doubt, from insufficient preparation in the K-12 school curriculum. I guess I cannot complain too much, though, because our graduates are infinitely more adept that I was by 12th grade at stretching condoms over bananas and being their own best friends. Our Public Schools sure know how to set priorities, don’t they? :roll:

Good luck in your search. The market is opening up again, and should be really hot by summertime.

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