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Wireless Service Technicians
If you are interested in pursuing a career as a wireless service technician, you should take high school classes that will prepare you for further schooling in electronics. Physics classes will provide the background necessary to understand the theory of electronics. Because wireless service technician jobs are so heavily computer-oriented, computer classes are also excellent choices. Other important classes are those that will provide you with the basic abilities needed both in college and in the workplace—such as English, speech, and mathematics courses.
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