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Online TV Repair Training Degrees

The TV repair industry is changing.  Your parents and grandparents would never have dreamed of throwing away a television set if it were broken.  But, because of mass production of electronics and the increased reliability of products today, it is often cheaper for consumers to replace their old television sets than to have them repaired.

However, this is not the case with the latest technology.  As plasma and LCD screen televisions become increasingly popular, and prices remain high, those with the most up-to-date training and skills with have better job opportunities.  Also, those employed by manufacturers and retail establishments to install and service electronic home entertainment equipment will have increased job security.

Employers prefer candidates who have basic skills in electronics.  Applicants with hands-on experience, combined with a degree or training program are the most desirable.  Degree or training programs are available at trade schools, vocational training centers, community colleges, and through online courses.

Entry-level TV repair technicians will be paired with a more experienced technician, who will provide guidance and teach you the trade.  Because you will be working in people's homes, good communication skills and a neat appearance are essential.  You may also be required to have a driver's license.

The most important thing you can do for your career in TV repair is to stay current with the latest technology and trends.  Taking courses offered by product manufacturers as well as those offered by unions, local trade schools, and online are an investment in your future.  Continuing education is essential to staying competitive in this rapidly evolving field.

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