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Educational Channel A Researcher, Teacher and a Scientist working in Electrical Engineering field.

yaqoobsheikh

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User name: yaqoobsheikh
Title of introduction: A Researcher, Teacher and a Scientist working in Electrical Engineering field.
Your name/ Alias: Yaqoob
Where are you from? Pakistan
How did you find TubeBuddy? From social media
What made you join the TubeBuddy forums? To understand the working of TubeBuddy
What would you like to accomplish with your channel: My goal is to serve the community to understand electrical engineering skill, financial management skills, time management skills, and research skills.
How frequently do you upload? Daily
What are your hobbies? Reading, research and curiosity to understand new things
What is your biggest dream? To become a good human being
YouTube Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCilNTPyBIc-I9ZqKjAJ7XDg
 

operationStone

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How are you doing now, Yaqoob? Did you manage to understand electrical engineering? I also want to become an electrician, and now we share similar goals. It’s nice to know another person on earth with similar principles.
I’ve been reading some Electrician Careers Info, and I understood that it’s actually my dream job. I’m rather good with physics and have always been interested in how electrical appliances work. Becoming an electrician is not that difficult, and I could make up to $80K, which is not bad at all. Good professionals are needed everywhere, and soon such professionals will be much more needed than IT specialists of all sorts.
 
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