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Avionics Technicians


The U.S. Department of Labor predicts that employment for aircraft and avionics equipment technicians will be faster than average for all professions through 2029. The coronavirus pandemic, however, has caused major disruption to the aircraft and avionics industries in 2020, with many manufacturers and companies reducing their budgets and staff. The long-term impact of the pandemic on the avionics industry is yet to be determined. In general, avionics technicians who are certified will have better employment prospects than those who do not have certification. Those with a bachelor's degree and familiarity with computers and digital systems will also have better chances of securing work and advancing in the field.

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