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Radio Frequency Engineers

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There are approximately 134,900 electronics engineers, including radio frequency engineers, employed in the United States, according to the Department of Labor. RF engineers are employed by broadcast stations, telecommunications companies. They also work in military offices. Other employment opportunities are in research, development, and testing wireless products for communications and automobile industries. RF engineers also work in aerospace, computers, energy and electric power, and manufacturing.

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