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Electronics Production | September 29, 2009

Surprising Electronics jobs that pay $25 an hour

According to an american report you don't necessarily need a post-graduate degree to qualify for a job that pays several hundred dollars a day.

Companies that design, test, and sell electrical and electronics devices need professionals to staff their labs. Most engineering technicians complete associate degrees in engineering at trade schools or community colleges to prepare for the field. In 2008, the mean hourly wage for engineering technicians was $25.96, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Read the full report (external link).
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