If so, what's the difference between students who are not able to get good engineering jobs, and students who are able to get good engineering jobs. I've met three students from their who got good jobs as engineers. One worked for a two worked for a company called power wave, one was the lead engineer of a company called Oleum Technologies. Oh and there are three others. One works for a company called Extron Electronics. and one works for a company called Broadcom, and he helped two students get hired on as interns. Oh, wait one more used to work for Intel, but he quit and got a better job somewhere else. But I used to work as an assembler, and most of my coworkers, who were also assemblers, had a BS degree from ITT. I'm trying to figure out, why some get good jobs and why others do not.