Electronics technicians work in business, industry and the government sector assembling and servicing electronic equipment and systems. They apply scientific, engineering and mathematical principles, and may become involved with design work, experimentation, fabrication of production prototypes, quality assurance, equipment maintenance and much more. Manufacturers of all types employ electronics technicians, with electrical equipment and machinery manufacturers accounting for more than one-third of all jobs. Electronic technicians also find employment doing scientific research and as computer technicians.
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