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Post subject: RF engineering jobs Posted: Fri Mar 30, 2007
Joined: Fri Mar 30, 2007 2:12 pm
I am working on my Masters in Electrical Engg (specializing
in RF engg) at one of the best universities in this field in the US.
I have been on the lookout for a job after graduation (in a couple of
months). I am finding it increasingly difficult to get even an interview
call from organizations. It doesnt help that I am not a US citizen.I
have done significant work in this field - designed a radar, worked
on antenna designs, worked on filters, couplers and power splitters
at Ku band.
Is it me or is this an industry-wide phenomenon?
Seems like recruiters are either looking for someone with citizenship
or someone with 4-5 years experience. Where do I look? Have been sending
out my resume by the dozens and still, not much luck. Anyone with suggestions?