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Electronics Technician

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An electronics technician knows electronic theory and how electrical components work. They can apply their knowledge in several areas including identifying and resolving equipment malfunctions, assembling or testing electronic units or replacing defective electronic parts or circuits. Electronics technicians can work at a single facility or work for a company that provides a service to other companies. Either way, when they show up to work, they’ll be performing tests and fixing problems. This can involve using hand tools and soldering irons to fix a small circuit, or it can involve replacing large components.

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Degree Type: Associate Degree

Field: Applied Technology

County: Travis and Williamson

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Electronics Tech (ACC)
Visit Link: Electronics and Advanced Technology (ACC)
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Problem solver, self-motivated, reliable, trainable, multitasker, trained in electronics, test equipment, instrumentation, circuits, soldering, and safety

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Average salary for experienced professionals is $62K, entry-level pay starts around $18-20 an hour