Electrical engineers are often asked to put their skills to work for their clients, and the quotes below are some of the most cited sources for their services.
The source of these quotes has nothing to do with how they perform; they are simply the quotes that were used to create the story.
The numbers listed here are in the thousands, and they are only from the last decade.
This is a compilation of the best quotes from electrical engineers that have been reported.
“My clients need to see the work I do, and not just what I do.
They need to know how I think, and what I can do to help.”
— Dan Stokes, Electrical Engineer, Dallara, Utah, United States 2.
“There is no way I could ever do the job for my clients the way I do it.
But I am happy to do it.”
— Richard Kober, Electrical Engineering Intern, South Australia, Australia 3.
“I can be a little more precise with my answers and say more when I want to.”
— Robert Laskin, Electrical & Computer Engineer, San Jose, California, United Kingdom 4.
“When I’m at the office, I’m doing everything by the book.”
— James Davenport, Electrical Designer, New York, United State 5.
“It’s always nice to have somebody else doing the work.
Sometimes it’s a little bit easier when you have somebody who knows how to do the work.”
— Mike Hogg, Electrical Engineers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United United States 6.
“You just have to have a certain drive to get things done.”
— Joe Darnell, Electrical, New Jersey, United Union 7.
“People ask me, ‘How do you do that?’
Well, the thing about engineers is that they have a sense of humor, and that’s what you need.”
— John Ritzheimer, Electrical Contractor, North Carolina, United Stations 8.
“A good engineer knows how many wires to break and how many feet to walk.”
— Charles Coughlin, Electrical Consultant, New Orleans, Louisiana, United Provinces 9.
“If you have to work at a place that has no electricity, and there’s no ventilation, it’s the least you can do.”
— David Trombetta, Electrical Technician, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, USA 10.
“Nobody is going to get anything done if they’re not satisfied.
They’re going to work harder if they know they can be productive.
I’m a lot more productive when I’m working from home, in the privacy of my own home.”
— Steve Ressler, Electrical Product Engineer, Washington, District of Columbia, United Nations 11.
“As an engineer, you always have to take risks. “
I take risks all the time, whether it’s building a house or buying a house. “
As an engineer, you always have to take risks.
I take risks all the time, whether it’s building a house or buying a house.
I always do it for the right reasons.
I think the real test is always whether it works, and if it works well, then it’s worth doing.”
— Michael T. Hoeffer, Electrical and Computer Engineer & Technologist for the Navy, California Department of Defense, United STATES 13.
“Every single person needs to be treated as a resource.
I am constantly thinking about ways I can be more helpful.”
— Tom Stokes Sr., Electrical Engineer/Project Manager, San Francisco, California 14.
“No matter what, we will always be a team.
If you work with someone else, you have less time to do your own thing.”
— Gary Kober Jr., Electrical Engineering Program Manager, South Austin, Texas, United Republic 15.
“Everybody works on the same team.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a technical or a salesperson.
You all have a responsibility.”
— Rick G. Smith, Electrical Manager, Southern California Edison, California 16.
“We all know that if you want to build something, you don’t do it by yourself.
You have to build a whole team.
And if you can’t build a team, then you need to be the one to take the job.”
— Frank J. Leopold, Electrical Sales Manager, Southwest Gas & Electric, Texas 17.
“Our job is to make sure that the products that we build are always the best possible.
I don’t believe that you can achieve a perfect product just by one person working on a project.”
— Paul G. Stokes Jr., Electrician, San Antonio, Texas 18.
“Sometimes, it takes a team to get everything done.”– John J. Brown, Electrical Construction Engineer, Chicago, Illinois 19.
“Nothing is a guarantee.
If something doesn’t work, you’ll know it when you see it.
You never know what’s going to come up.” — Jim T