5. Electronic Technician
In this advanced manufacturing career, the technicians assist engineers in designing and developing electrical products. Prototypes, or samples of these types of equipment, are created and given to supervisors for review. Electronic technicians also repair and test equipment, using special diagnostic tools.
An associate degree in electrical or electronics engineering technology is required for an electronic technician career.
How to Prepare:
High school preparation should include chemistry, physics, and computer programming.
Modern technology is the key to advanced manufacturing as it allows industries to use this new and innovative computerization to produce even better products more competitively. All of these advanced manufacturing careers allow employees to work in an ever-changing field, keeping pace with new products design and production using cutting-edge technology.