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Remote Sensing Technicians

Work Environment

Remote sensing technicians work indoors in offices that are clean and well lighted. They spend many work hours sitting at desks and looking at computer screens as they review and analyze data. The long hours spent analyzing data and studying details can be stressful on the eyes. They also may experience work pressure when working on projects that are for high-security areas and projects that have tight deadlines. Some travel may be required to set up remote sensing equipment and for meetings and conferences.

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