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Cryptographic Technicians

Work Environment

Cryptographic technicians generally work in clean, well-lighted offices. Because much of their work involves computers, they generally remain seated for most of their workday, in front of the computer screen. Cryptographic technicians employed by government agencies and in the armed forces may be required to work in the evenings, at night, and on weekends and holidays.

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