Electrical engineering technicians have jobs in a number of industries in the workforce. The design, development, testing, and manufacturing of electrical and electronic equipment are a few of the jobs that electrical engineering careers might provide. These specialized technicians also evaluate, diagnose, and/or repair electrical equipment. Some might apply electronic theory in their electrical engineering careers. In a manufacturing setting, an electrical engineering technician might be found in quality control where he or she checks products, performs testing, and collects data.
Many engineering technicians work in manufacturing industries. The median annual wage of electrical and electronic engineering technicians was $56,040 in May 2010.1
The typical level of education that most workers need to enter this occupation is an associate's degree1. Ecotech Institute provides an atmosphere for students to develop the needed experience and skills by applying theory and real-world training—all while earning an Associate of Applied Science degree.
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