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Based on 1,268 responses, the job of Electronics Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.74 out of 5. On average, Electronics Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Electronics Technician?

October 2014
"The Job Is Great, But."
Electronics Technician:
Definitely do some research into the companies you work for. If they deal with temps on a regular basis. Proceed with caution. EVERY single company I have ever done tech work for that has used temps has a VERY high turnover rate for good reason!
October 2014
"GSM, Cell Phone Networks, Antennas."
Electronics Technician:
Dont stay too long in 1 job position.
February 2015
"Hubbell is a good place to work if you actually work."
Electronics Technician:
Good place to work with advancement opportunities if you show you can work hard.
March 2015
Electronics Technician:
Go into another field. The jobs are few these days and for what is out there, the pay is horrible.
March 2015
"Interesting work enviroment."
Electronics Technician:
Pros: Electronics manufacturing is a varied process requiring a variety of talents to do successfully. In order for small batch electronic manufacturing things must be incredibly well organized with strong processes in place, understood by employees, and implemented with utmost attention to detail. I enjoy finding the best way to accomplish at task and work my way to a point where my operation works on its own.
Cons: Everything I stated previously that is required for a good job isn't present at work. Lack luster performance of direct managers is causing all areas of production feel added strain through lack of direction.
April 2015
"Always New Things."
Electronics Technician:
In a R&D Lab there are always new projects, always new technologies, always new ideas. This keeps you fresh, keeps you engaged and keeps you on top of your game.
April 2015
"Electrical Engineering Internship."
Electronics Technician:
Be patient and calm. Do your job well. Do not destroy tarnish or metal coatings if working installing something. When you need to create a good product install things well things delicately and not with any harshness.