I am not an electrical engineer.
I started at the firm I am working with repairing transmitters for NMR systems.
Over the years the modules became to complex to repair onsite.
Now they do exchange complete modules.
I recently made a change in my career.
I moved to an other department that uses mass spectrometers for bacteria and fungy determination.
My job now is maintaining the mass spectrometers at hospitals and other laboraties.
I am also very impressed with the work that electrical engineers do. They are responsible for designing, building, and maintaining the electrical systems that power our world. Their work is essential to our modern way of life, and I am grateful for their contributions.