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Electromechanical Engineering Technologists


The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) does not provide an employment outlook for electromechanical engineering technologists, but it does report that job opportunities for electrical and electronics engineering and all other engineering technicians (except drafters) will be slower than the average for all careers through 2026. This slow growth is attributed to the decline in manufacturing industries in the United States. However, technologists who work in the computer systems design service industry will continue to have employment opportunities as demand will remain steady for the continual integration of computer and electronics systems, particularly automation systems. There will also continue to be job opportunities for electromechanical technologists as growth continues in the technologies that are being included in cars and portable and household electronics systems such as computers, cell phones, and global positioning systems.

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