Find out how much an Electronics Engineer earns across various companies in Nigeria.
Electronics engineers research, design, develop and test precision components and systems, developing the way electricity is used to control equipment. The work is usually carried out in cross-functional project teams, with colleagues in electronics and other branches of engineering. Electronics touches on almost all areas of human activity, so its applications are diverse.
They include acoustics, defence, medical instruments, mobile phones, nanotechnology, radio and satellite communication and robotics. Subfields of electronic engineering include control engineering, instrumentation, signal processing and telecommunications engineering.
Electronics Engineer salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, professional experience and even the hiring company. Jobzilla Nigeria analyzes the market remunerations and helps you negotiate your pay with confidence.
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