Embedded System Engineers are trusted to work on highly complex computer systems that are part of larger, more complex electrical or mechanical systems. Because an Embedded Engineer has to deal with both part of the system as well as how that system relates to a whole, there is a lot of demand and room for growth in a number of industries. Embedded Engineers are in high demand throughout the country, most notably in San Francisco, New York and Seattle, although there are many opportunities in a number of other cities as well. Boston, Massachusetts, for example, is in the top ten highest-paid cities for Embedded Engineers.
Boston is Massachusetts' largest city and capital as well. It was founded in 1630 and as such is one of the oldest cities in the United States. It plays a key role in a number of businesses, and industry is continually booming and growing.
Those living in Boston will find a lot to do when it comes to enjoying what the city has to offer. Boston often hosts many events in a number of its different parks, and the city is well laid out for walking tours. Boston also has a wealth of museums that range from the Boston Fire Museum to the Museum of Fine Arts. Of course, there's also plenty of theater, shopping, dining and a wonderful nightlife.
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