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Computer and Office Machine Service Technicians

Employment Prospects


Approximately 106,100 computer and office machine service technicians, including those who work on automated teller machines, are employed in the United States. Potential employers include computer companies and large corporations that need a staff devoted to repairing and maintaining their equipment; electronics, appliance, and office supply stores; electronic and precision equipment repair shops; computer systems design firms; government agencies; and Internet service providers. Many service technicians are employed by companies that contract their services to other businesses. Though work opportunities for service technicians are available nationwide, many jobs are located in large cities where computer companies and larger corporations are based. The U.S. Department of Labor reports that states with the highest concentration of computer and office machine service technicians are Kentucky, Texas, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Minnesota.

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