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Build two lists List 1: things you want to do List 2: things that you think will add value to your group Walk to your manager and say, “I’ve got some bandwidth and I want to check with you if you have something for me, if not, I can do any of these...” Items that appear on both list 1 and list 2 Items that appear on list 1 Items that appear on list 2 ...


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There are plenty of things you could do, some on your own initiative, and some in consultation with others such as your supervisor. Rather than staying strictly at the electrical and board design level, become involved in the product firmware as well. Having a strict division of roles there can be an impediment to progress anyway, so being able to exercise ...


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Get proactive: Look at the technology and the product road map. If there isn't one, help creating one Actively look around for new technologies, new parts or new vendors that are relevant to your business and/or products Get a bunch of eval board, bring them up and do some performance measurements or some cool demo of what may be possible with the stuff ...


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Question: What should I do? Question here is: Is there no technical / hands-on work for the company / department as a whole, or there are assignments but you're not assigned one? Either way, given your situation that you already tried the below: Informing your superiors about the problem you're facing with the nature of work assigned to you Learning ...


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Sounds to me like this is a company that might have a "flexible working hours" policy, where they don't care so much about when you get there and when you leave, as long as you put the hours in. You get there earlier, you get to leave earlier - get there at 9am, leave at 6pm; get there at 10am, leave at 7pm; get there at 7am, leave at 4pm. You can check ...


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