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2007\11\06@162841 by Dr Skip

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FYI for those interested:

http://www.edn.com/info/CA6497229.html?nid=3351&rid=968698289

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EDN Global Electronics Engineering Salary Survey
Find out how much engineers make in your region and abroad, how engineer
salaries are increasing, how many hours engineers are working, what engineering
disciplines engineers focus on, whether their companies are outsourcing (and
where to), and much more in this global EE salary survey.
"

2007\11\08@134634 by alan smith

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Here is one that shows...if you have the expertise....you can command a higher wage.  Of course it is California....where I heard there is $5/gallon gas today
 
 "Seeking a Senior RF Engineer to lead the analysis, design, simulation, fabrication, and the integration of advanced RF / microwave circuits and systems.....blah blah blah....
 
 Education Requirements: Bachelor Degree
Minimum Experience Requirements: 5-10 years
Job State Location: CA
Job Country Location: USA
Salary Range: $110,000 to $140,000
 
 
 

Dr Skip <spam_OUTdrskipTakeThisOuTspamgmail.com> wrote:
 FYI for those interested:

http://www.edn.com/info/CA6497229.html?nid=3351&rid=968698289

"
EDN Global Electronics Engineering Salary Survey
Find out how much engineers make in your region and abroad, how engineer
salaries are increasing, how many hours engineers are working, what engineering
disciplines engineers focus on, whether their companies are outsourcing (and
where to), and much more in this global EE salary survey.
"

2007\11\08@140421 by Bob Blick

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--- alan smith <.....micro_eng2KILLspamspam@spam@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Here is one that shows...if you have the
> expertise....you can command a higher wage.  Of
> course it is California....where I heard there is
> $5/gallon gas today

Today it's more like $3.35 but it's got so much
ethanol in it your mileage is worse than what you get
in other states. Even adjusting for that it's still
better than $5/gal.

By having higher costs, it does require higher
salaries. Hopefully it also has the effect of raising
salaries elsewhere.

Cheerful regards,

Bob

2007\11\08@152613 by Mauricio Giovagnini

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alan smith escribió:>
> Here is one that shows...if you have the expertise....you can command
a higher wage.  Of course it is California....where I heard there is
$5/gallon gas today
>  
>   "Seeking a Senior RF Engineer to lead the analysis, design,
simulation, fabrication, and the integration of advanced RF / microwave
circuits and systems.....blah blah blah....
>  
>   Education Requirements: Bachelor Degree
> Minimum Experience Requirements: 5-10 years
> Job State Location: CA
> Job Country Location: USA
> Salary Range: $110,000 to $140,000

Yes, I believe that.  RF engineers are the most paid electronic
engineers I've seen.
An embedded developer can be made with a single computer, a developers
kit and some books...
To "make" a senior or middle-senior RF engineer you don't need only
time, you need a lot of money to buy expensive equipment that you cannot
build on your own.
Due to this RF engineers are "less common" than embedded software
developers, then they are better paid.

That's my thought and I work for an RF device company.


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Mauricio Giovagnini (Maunix)
http://www.maunix.com.ar
Cordoba, Arg.

2007\11\08@160454 by Nate Duehr

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On Nov 8, 2007, at 12:04 PM, Bob Blick wrote:

> By having higher costs, it does require higher
> salaries. Hopefully it also has the effect of raising
> salaries elsewhere.


Actually, it just puts pressure on California companies to just build  
and hire (or acquire) more in the fly-over states where office  
buildings and engineers are cheaper.

Whether or not that leads to higher salaries in those areas is still a  
matter of supply and demand in those areas.

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Nate Duehr
natespamKILLspamnatetech.com



2007\11\08@235013 by Xiaofan Chen

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On 11/9/07, Nate Duehr <.....nateKILLspamspam.....natetech.com> wrote:
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> On Nov 8, 2007, at 12:04 PM, Bob Blick wrote:
>
> > By having higher costs, it does require higher
> > salaries. Hopefully it also has the effect of raising
> > salaries elsewhere.
>
> Actually, it just puts pressure on California companies to just build
> and hire (or acquire) more in the fly-over states where office
> buildings and engineers are cheaper.
>
> Whether or not that leads to higher salaries in those areas is still a
> matter of supply and demand in those areas.

I hear it does bring higher salary in certain places in Texas and New
York State.

They have other tricks as well. For example, H1. And if H1 is not
enough, there are other tricks. For example, they will bring
engineers from Visa Waiver countries and these engineers
will pay a 3-month business visit from time to time.

Xiaofan

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