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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris31 View Post
    Oh I forgot to add :

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    Heh, with EE you'll have to climb up through entry level jobs (pretty much no ofers), and after 15years you'll be able to say "I'm an engineer". With CS, you'll find the job easily, and after 15years you'll be able to say "I'm a freak!". Believe me, I'm half way of that 15 years period, and no way I want to do IT anymore, I'm just trying to switch back to EE, and actually it's not as easy I have imagined!
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