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Of the many challenges that have faced the global supply chain since the COVID-19 pandemic began, a shortage of semiconductor chips has been one of the most significant.
In the wake of the semiconductor shortage, the role of electrical and electronics engineers has become even more critical to the U.S. economy. Electrical engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacture of electrical equipment, including semiconductors.
As more of the modern economy becomes tied to electronics, engineers’ work is vital to continued growth and innovation. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that most of the growth in electrical engineering employment will be in high-demand fields like semiconductors, solar installations, consumer electronics, and communications technology.
Electrical engineers can be found in nearly every part of the U.S. economy. Compensation for electrical engineers can vary by geography.
To determine the best-paying locations for electrical engineers, researchers at Porch calculated the cost-of-living adjusted median annual wage for electrical…
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