So, you think you might want to be an Electronics Technician?
Are you good at solving problems, fixing things? Maybe a career as an Electronics Technician is for you.
Electronic Technicians design, develop, test and install electrical and electronic equipment and systems. They may work independently or may work as part of a team of engineers and scientists.
The field of electrical and electronics is vast, with companies working in many areas in BC’s Resource Sector supporting mining, marine and forestry resource industries and manufacturing. Workers in this occupational group are employed by electrical utilities, communications companies, manufacturers of electrical and electronic equipment, consulting firms, governments and a wide range of manufacturing, processing and transportation industries.
Look below to find out which sectors of BC’s economy you can work in if you pursue this trade.
Salary & Job Information
For more information on how much Electronic Technicians make, the expected number of future job openings, where the jobs are and the current workforce opportunities specifically for this trade, visit the Work BC Career Profile here.