Also known as: Broadband Technician, Central Office Technician, Combination Technician, Customer Service Technician (CST), Field Technician, Install and Repair Technician, Installer, Outside Plant Technician, Service Technician, Telecommunications Technician
Description: Do you watch your favorite television show on your computer? How about your cell phone? The information era has changed the way we view and digest information. In today's fast-paced digital economy, information needs to be relayed in the blink of an eye. Telecommunications Technicians support the infrastructure of the Internet. They install and maintain the lines used to deliver Internet, cable, television and VOIP telephone services to their customers' offices and homes. This job typically requires a minimum of an associate's degree in telecommunications or a related field, but some employers require a bachelor's degree.Telecommunications Technicians generally possess some postsecondary education. However, it is recommended to have a Bachelor's degree and relevant certifications or coursework to stay competitive in this dynamic profession.
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