I'm a new EE Bachelor. I've been looking for EE jobs ever since I graduated. But to no avail, I've not been able to find a EE job, at least in North America, that does NOT require at least 2 years of Professional/Industrial experience.
So I thought, I'd take on a Minimum-Wage Job for now (and review my Undergrad Material(Digital, Analog, etc...), and wait for the economy to recover.
My questions is:
- 2 Years from now, Assume the economy recovers, would the employers be considerate enough to understand why I have not had any industrial experience after I graduated 2 years ago, and consider me for interviews and only ask for solid undergrad fundamentals as job requirements (for entry positions of course)?
would the employers consider me OBSOLETE, solely based on the fact that I've not had any industrial experience since I graduated 2 years ago (recession or not), and TOTALLY IGNORE ANY POSSIBILITY that I might've been reviewing the Undergrad Material(Digital, Analog, etc...) for the past 2 years (considering this will probabbly make me just as good(or even better) as ANY NEW/FRESH EE GRAD) ?
I'd really appreciate any comments/answers