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Drone Repair Technicians

Work Environment

Drone repair technicians work in offices of technology companies, manufacturing facilities, and drone repair shops. Depending on the job, they may spend time working in a hangar. They also spend time outdoors testing drone operations and systems. Most work 40 hours per week; some companies operate 24/7, so drone repair technicians may work in eight-hour shifts. The job can be stressful at times, particularly when customers are difficult and when there is deadline pressure. They may have to work overtime to complete projects. Whatever challenges arise, drone repair technicians are able to stay focused on their work and maintain professionalism.

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