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Ophthalmic Medical Technologists

Education and Training Requirements

High School

A good foundation for a career as an ophthalmic medical technologist includes classes in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, humanities, and social studies. Psychology and English courses will help hone communication skills that are needed for interaction with patients and writing reports. Strong technology skills are needed for this job so be sure to also take computer science classes.

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