According to the Electrical Engineering department at University of Arkansas, "It's hard to imagine a world without electricity, but electrical engineers do more than just power your cell phone and make sure your lights come on.

Electricity binds our world together, helping people connect with one another as it transmits both power and information. With a degree in electrical engineering, you could be at the center of the energy revolution, designing smart electrical sustainable power and creating products that use electricity in ways that Thomas Edison never imagined. Electricity transforms and improves our world, and it is the job of electrical engineers to maintain this vital resource. "

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Computer Jobs - Lists professional positions in the computer industry nationwide.

Computerwork.com - Lists professional positions in the field of information technology.

Cyber Coders - Search thousands of jobs in many industries, including information technology and computer engineering. Apply to a Java Developer or an Electrical Engineer position today!

Dice - Lists professional positions in information technology, engineering, and technical fields.

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ITtalents.com - Recruits and places MIS and IT professionals, with a "Student Recruiting Link" provided.

    USAJobs.gov - Check out the Students and Recent Grads section and the Federal Jobs by College Major for a listing of job titles related to your major.

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    Association for Computing Machinery - Delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession.

    Association for Women in Computing

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    Computer Society - Learn about the specific goals of the Education Activities Board (EAB) and how they evaluate education activities in the computer field at all levels.

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    The Professional Association for Design - Provides information on the AIGA, the professional association for design, and what it is they do.