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Radio Frequency Identification Device Specialists


Many different types of companies will continue to need radio frequency identification device specialists to help them improve their production efficiencies by tracking their goods, products, and shipments. The Department of Labor predicts average employment growth for electrical and electronics engineers through 2026. According to a report on RFID by Research and Market, a growing number of manufacturers are installing RFID systems to improve their productivity. Growth in RFID is also expected due to its increase usage for security and access control applications and more government initiatives being introduced for RFID implementation. The retail industry has also become a high adopter of RFID technologies. RFID specialists will be in demand for their expertise with the latest RFID technologies and practices. Specialists who have prior RFID work experience, certification, and strong technology skills in software programs such as C, C++, Linux, and JUnit, to name only a few, will have the best job prospects.

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