Electronic Equipment Repairer, Motor Vehicle
source: Texas Workforce Commission
Electrical and electronics installers and repairers are sometimes called electronics technicians. As their name suggests, these workers install and repair electrical and electronic equipment. The electrical components of equipment provide power. The electronic components control the equipment, although many types of equipment still are controlled with electrical devices.
Most electrical and electronics installers and repairers work for private companies. They work in all sections of the country in many different industries. They may work in research and development laboratories, repair shops, or plants that make electronic equipment. Many work as customer service technicians. They may install, repair, and service equipment in people's homes or in the hospitals, offices, and other places where it is used. Some electronics technicians work as teachers or aides who answer questions raised by students or customers. Others are mechanical writers who prepare instruction and repair manuals.