Data Processing Technicians

If you are interested in becoming a data processing technician, you should study accounting, business management, and computer technology. Most high schools offer at least an introductory course in computer programming. If you plan to be a business data processing technician, subjects such as accounting, inventory control, statistical methods, and similar business subjects are also good to take.


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