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Electronics Technology

The Job Market

Students with either a Certificate or AS degree in Electronics Technology are qualified for job entry in this fast-growing field. Technicians already working in related fields will be able to broaden their skills and knowledge.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (1), Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers in the Bay Area earn approximately 16.44 per hour.

(1) U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA National Compensation Survey April 2003 Washington: 2003. Hourly wage is for all workers, total mean, category of "Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers."

Here are some resources to build your network and learn more about your job opportunities in the Electronics Technology field.

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Page last modified: May 30, 2009