Engineering Technicians

Little or no employment change is expected for aerospace engineering and operations, electrical and electronics, and civil engineering technicians through 2022, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Employment for mechanical engineering technicians is expected to grow more slowly than the average, industrial engineering is expected to decline, and faster-than-average employment is expect for environmental engineering technicians.   


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