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Electrician
General installation and maintaintenance of electrical systems in homes, businesses, and factories.

Job Workload
A full time job involving both outside and inside work with emergency calls on weekends and evenings. Some risks are electric shock if one is not careful.

Electrician Requirements
Formal apprenticeship with small fraction attending a trade school. Most states require a contractor license if self employed.

Compensation
Annual wage was $48K in 2017.

Employment Expectation
A growth of 23% from now into 2020 as older againg homes and businesses require rewiring to be more efficient.


Home Entertainment Equipment Installer
Installers set up and fix household audio and video equipment, such as televisions, stereo components, and home theater systems.

Job Workload
Most work in electronic repair shops, a lot spend significant time traveling to customer homes. Generally full time work.

Home Entertainment Equipment Installer Requirements
Some go to trade school but many installers receive on the job training.

Compensation
Annual wage was $33K in 2017.

Employment Expectation
Growth of 14% from now into 2020 as the population ages and home entertainment is more of a preference.


Electronic Engineer
Design, develop, test, and supervise manufacturing of electrical equipment such as electric motors, navigation systems, communications and power generation.

Job Workload
Primary work in an industry that conducts research and development for engineering firms, manufacturing and the federal government. Lot of work is done inside of offices.

Electronics Engineer Requirements
Bachelor degree while many employers value experience combined with trade school knowledge where students earn academic credits for work experience.

Compensation
Annual wage was $85K in 2017.

Employment Expectation
A 6% growth from now to 2020.


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