/ Asked by anthony
i am getting an associates in electronic and computer technology, what types of jobs should i look for?
Answered by Desiree, Hiring Expert at HP Inc., on Monday, June 30, 2014

Smart choice!  According to multiple studies the employment of Computer support specialist is expected to increase by 17% between 2012 and 2022. This degree prepares you for early career opportunities within the computer-related fields and the electronics industry and some of the most popular positions you can apply for are: Field service technician, Systems support specialist or Commercial electronics technician. You will be able to find this openings among industries such as, Radio and Telecommunications, Computer Software and Hardware, Information Technology Support and Personal Electronics Instillation and Repair.

Hope this helps and good luck on your search!

Answered by Rachel, Hiring Expert at Eaton, on Wednesday, July 2, 2014
There are a myriad of fields that you can go into with an AA in Electronic & Computer Technology.  Some of the more popular fields that individuals who hold this degree are employed in include but are not limited to the following:
  •        Radio & Telecommunications
  •        Computer Software & Hardware Technician
  •        IT Technician & Support
  •        Personal Electronics Installation & Repair
  •        Field Service Technician
  •        Systems Support Specialist
  •        Commercial Electronics Technician

Your career services office should be able to get you connected with employment opportunities through their job portal and employer relations connections.  If you have not made an appointment with them yet, I would strongly encourage you to do as you begin your employment search.  You can also use the aforementioned job titles to search job engines like Indeed & Career Builder to find openings near your geographic location.
Answered by Sharon, Hiring Expert at Mutual of Omaha, on Monday, July 7, 2014
I would explore entry-level IT analyst positions supporting hardware assembly, HELP desk support, and telecommunications roles. These are optimal roles that will help you learn the basics and you'll have growth potential from there. In addition, you might identify and area you want to pursue for additional study (i.e., Bachelor's degree).
Answered by John, Hiring Expert at Textron Inc., on Monday, August 4, 2014
There are lots of IT-related jobs you can pursue with an associate in electronic and computer technology and by researching companies of interest, you will be able to better learn about what jobs are out there that align with your skill set. Utilize sites such as LinkedIn to research various companies to learn about any openings that might align with your background.
If you are unsure of what exact path you want to pursue, you can also look into companies that have rotational programs that allow you to rotate departments within your function of interest while staying within one company.
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