If you're in the market for a mid-level electrical engineer job, make sure that you have the skill sets potential employers will be looking for. You must be able to demonstrate the variety of projects in which you've succeeded. The greater the variety of projects you've participated in, the further ahead of the game you are. The next step is to outline your precise contribution to these projects in your resume and portfolio.
Along with the essential knowledge of electrical engineering, a potential employer will expect that you can work well within a team. Working in a diverse work environment, and balancing direction consistency with diversity appreciation is essential.