Does anyone know what technician jobs or careers there are in the electronics/electrical field that are not set in an industrial environment?
I just graduated from the electronics engineering technician program at Niagara College. Everywhere I have applied to jobs all around the world and the only responses Ive recieved explain taht I need more experience. What did some of you do right out of school? I was set to join the military but health problems are now keeping me out indefinitely. Where is the best place in the world to get an entry level job for electronics?
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I am getting very fed up as a long time Electronics Technician that can never find a good high paying job, so now I want to know what other areas can I cross train too. There is no respect for electronic repair techs anymore. Sucks! Thanks.
I want to go to school to study electronics but I have some concerns. My father works in the same field but his job requires him to have a high level clearance. If I were to graduate. I wouldn't be able to get in the same field being that I have bipolar disorder. I was wondering if there were any other major groups of employers that would hire electronics technicians other than the defense industry. Also I would like to know if they make as much money as those who are employed in the defense industry.
I know that a lot of the major electronic companies that used to repair devices, now no longer do, but there has to be companies that still hire Electronics Technicians? Does anyone know of any companies, job fields, ect, that still use techs?
I have recently graduated with a B.S. in Electrical/Electronics Engineering. I am searching high and low for jobs related to electronics and I want to know how to find an electronics technician position for someone with mainly school and hobbiest experience.
I want to become one. Do they usually give you your first choice? Is electronics technician filled up?
I have to return to MEPS to see a jobs classifier next week and I'm unsure of what job I want yet. I've been leaning towards Electronics Technician (ET) but I'm not 100?ure on what they do on a daily basis. Any help would be great!
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Im torn between being a Combat engineer in the Marines or being an Electronics Technician in the Navy so my question is if i was to choose the Electronics job where would i go and what would i be doing? Thanx and in you're opinion which would be better to do?
I leave for Basic Training in 11 days and signed my contract for Nuclear Field. I plan on being an ET (electronics technician). I know it will obviously involve nuclear power and probably power plants, but I'm looking for the specific jobs there or possibly research and development jobs I could get into.
I am finally only about 3 months from graduating from my "Electronics technician" course. 12 more exams thank god, I had no idea this course was gonna be this tough, there is SO much to learn. The math is tough but fun. Anyway what are my chances of finding a job when I graduate? Is it really difficult to get that first break in as a Tech? What is the typical pay, I was told 18-20 to start, sound right? This is in NJ if that helps. Thank you for any info at all.
I'm interested in joining the Navy and becoming a nuclear-trained Electronics Technician (ET). You know, operating the reactor on an aircraft carrier. For my actual career, I want to be a nuclear reactor operator, so you can see how the two coincide.
My question: If I do end up becoming a Navy Nuke ET, will I be qualified as a civilian nuclear reactor operator (at a nuclear power plant) WITHOUT any further college education?
I am certified in 3 areas, steering and suspension, electrical and electronics, and brakes, and I know how to do tune ups and basic stuff. I am looking for an entry level technician job.
I have an associates degree in electrical and computer engineering technology and went to school to be an electronics test technician. the job i had as a test technician laid almost everyone off and im searching for new jobs. my job search for test technician and electronics technician is not getting me anywhere and im looking for different job titles that fit with my degree. what other job titles should i be searching for? i really want a job that involves troubleshooting electronics, any ideas?
Are they all the same ? I have 2 yrs experience as a electronics test technician from few years ago and recently got my 4 year degree in electrical and computer engineering.What can I qualify for?
I know the three rates (Machinist's Mate, Electrician's Mate, Electronics Technician) and their general job descriptions, but I still don't have a clue as to what actually working each job involves. Any insight is appreciated.
I am about to graduate and come out with an associates degree in electronics engineering technology and I don't know what else I can do with it. I live in Pennsylvania and I have a job at night for my externship which is still going on.I want to find something to specialize in and start making more money. What are some fields I can go in now that I am able to move around and be done with school. What are some of the best Technician jobs that are around and where are the companies located? Thanks for the help!
I'm currently doing the HSC in high school and I'm interested in becoming an Electronics Engineering Technician. I'm interested in the amount of mathematics they have to do in their jobs; I imagine the qualified Engineers would do that?
The subjects I do are:
Earth & Environmental Science
I also hear it's possible to become a qualified Electronics Engineer at one stage in your career path if you become an Electronics Engineering Technician.
I go to a technical high school and next year I will be taking my certified electronics technician (CET) exam from the International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET). What other certifications and skill would look good on a resume for an entry level position in the electronics field with few classes to take? I also can’t go to college now due to money problems.