Computer engineers build computers and computer-based systems. They are responsible for designing both the hardware and software for computer systems. Typically, computer engineers are also responsible for testing hardwa... More »

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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported an average annual salary of $106,930 for computer engineers, as of May 2013. The median income was $104,250 per year. More »

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Electrical engineers design the layout of electronics and other electrical components for manufactured goods. They also develop and test new components such as electric motors, navigation or communication systems, and co... More »

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Computer software engineers primarily design and prepare software for production for networks, computer programs and operating systems, according to Try Engineering. Workers in this field write algorithms that allow comp... More »

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Computer forensics is the analysis of information created and stored within computer systems with the objective of collecting computer evidence. A computer forensic investigator extracts and preserves digital data, which... More »

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High-paying careers for women include pharmacists, lawyers, computer and information systems managers, and physicians. Earnings in these careers vary depending on education, experience and specific field of work. More »

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The AS400 iSeries job requires applicants to have excellent computer systems and networking skills earned for not less than three years while working in an AS/400 environment. Candidates for the job should have skills in... More »

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