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4 MORE Careers You Can Pursue as an Electronics Technician

by on January 31st, 2019 in Articles News

Pursuing a career as an electronics technician offers you opportunities to work in a variety of jobs. If you enjoy tinkering with electronics and electrical systems, you will be a hot commodity in today’s technological workforce.

We already told you about these 4 careers you can pursue as an Electronics Tech.  Now we’ve got 4 MORE careers that you can pursue with an electronics technician education!

1. Manufacturing Technician

Manufacturing technicians typically work with machines in a factory setting. Usual work includes machine set-up, monitoring machine output, and troubleshooting when an error has been identified in the production process. Machinery in this setting operates using electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, or computer systems. If you are quick on your feet, and like problem-solving, this would be a great career path to take!

2. Broadcast Technician

Broadcast technicians work to ensure that radio or television broadcasts are clearly transmitted. You will work with electrical equipment to broadcast clear images and sounds. If you have strong manual dexterity and attentive hand-eye coordination, becoming a broadcast technician would be a great career opportunity.

3. Avionics Technician

Avionics technicians work with radar equipment, radio equipment, navigation systems, and missile control systems in aircraft or spacecraft.  You will provide ground support, conduct functional flight tests, and in some instances manually install electrical systems into aircraft. If you are proficient in your record keeping and enjoy maintenance and repair work, this may be the career path for you.

4. Electromechanical Technician

Electromechanical technicians work with unmanned equipment, like submarines or aircraft. You will conduct functional tests, calibrate, and provide general maintenance.  If you are interested in robotics, this job may provide opportunities to assist engineers during the development process.

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Do any of these sound like career opportunities you’d like to pursue? Start your new career as an electronics technician today. Our instructors are ready to share their real-world experiences and guide you toward success! Fill out the form, or call us today to get started! 1-800-317-0131

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