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How are Job Prospects for Mechanical Engineers?

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  • How are Job Prospects for Mechanical Engineers?

    We posted a similar question earlier but there was not much response, Like this post if you can't answer so it reaches someone who can help

    Hi I am a grad student from Mechanical Engineering major I have got 2 years f work experience with Caterpillar before I made it to the US, now i will be grateful if you can give me a glance regarding the job opportunities.

    This was posted on on march 6th 2013

  • #2
    It is more challenging to find a well paying Mechanical job compared to IT field, From our experience - We have seen alumni moving from Mechanical field to IT field due to lack of opportunities because of visa limitations. However, this doesn't mean you will not find a job - each person is different. As the saying goes "Hope for the best prepare for the worst"


    • #3
      very true. I agree with above comment. Also, when i uploaded my resume onto desiopt, I get calls only from IT consultants who want me to change into IT industry. So, hope for the best, prepare for the worst.


      • #4
        You are doing the right thing - Yes it is good idea to have a back up employer to maintain your immigration situation, We suggest job seekers to speak to multiple employers ahead of time so you have time to choose the correct employer
        Last edited by DesiOPT-FaceBook-Admin; 12-06-2016, 10:47 AM.


        • #5
          You can also attend free demo sessions to get an understanding about their training/policies etc


          • #6
            Thanks a lot. Yup, Im taking care of my immigration status. DesiOPT is doing really a good job. Thanks a lot once again.


            • #7
              It's true to have a backup
              Moreover to get a job in mech takes time and patience is must...
              I tried n still trying...