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I’m a senior studying Electrical Engineering with a heavy interest in electronics. I’m going to be joining a research lab next semester, and I will also be doing an internship with Texas Instruments. At my university PHD students with a certain GPA have their PHD paid for and they are paid researchers. Essentially I’d be able to get a PHD in electrical engineering without ever taking out a student loan. Should I go this route, or just enter the workforce in the electronics field with a bs?



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    1. 3.0
      Aug 14, 2012
      Test Engineer
      Current Employee, more than 5 years
      Dallas, TX
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Open door policy which is good for learning. Good compensation compared to others in the area. Lots of opportunity to learn and contribute. Moderate to high work pressure however it is not hard to have a work-life balance here.


      Lacks environment to support growth for personnel and partiality and politics is prevalent. Lacks fair growth programs and management participation is low in them. Marred by age old mentality as being an old company and upper level management is resistant to change. Division among various engineering roles lead to friction in team mostly due to lack of respect for other roles. While it seems that being a large company gives more avenues to grow however it is hard to find and materialize a fresh chance. Operating efficiency is on the lower side.

      1. 3.0
        Feb 13, 2013
        Senior Member of Technical Staff
        Former Employee, more than 8 years
        Dallas, TX
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        Good pay. Nice office. Flexible work timings


        Too much politics. Recent upper management is extremely detached from engineering.

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