Computer repair technicians are the “auto mechanics” of computer systems.
Computer repair technicians are skilled professionals who are familiar with the use of physical hardware and software diagnostic tools. They are able to follow a well-rehearsed troubleshooting protocol in order to discover the source of a problem, and make the appropriate repairs.
A quick search of Dice.com, a job search information source for those in IT careers, recently produced more than 20,000 nationwide job opportunities for those specializing in computer repair. Results for both part- and full- time positions came up, so it’s likely that those who wish to become computer repair technicians will find a lot of flexibility in the field.
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