As the number of computers in businesses and homes increases, so does the number of computers needing repair.
Computer-repair technicians run diagnostic programs and use special testing equipment to find out why a computer isn’t working. But perhaps even more important, they listen closely to how customers describe problems with their computers and related equipment. And they help customers learn how to use their machines properly.
Computer-repair technicians maintain and repair computers, scanners, printers, monitors, and other computer equipment.
Since computers work around the clock, your work schedule could include some evening, weekend, and holiday shifts.
A communicator and problem solver who loves a good mystery. You’ll have to pick up on clues and use them to figure out what the problem is.
Before repairing any equipment, technicians first need to discharge voltage; otherwise, they risk getting electrocuted.