Embedded jobs in the context of software engineering refer to the development of software and firmware that runs on embedded systems. Embedded systems are specialized computer systems designed to perform specific functions within larger devices or systems. Embedded software is developed to control and manage the hardware components of these systems, such as microcontrollers, sensors, and actuators. The software developed for these systems must be highly optimized, reliable, and efficient, as they are often used in safety-critical and real-time applications, such as automotive, aerospace, and medical devices. Embedded software engineers are responsible for designing, developing, testing, and maintaining this software.