We’re in closer contact than ever before, able to reach someone across the world with a single phone call -- even while hanging out at a local café or walking down the street.
Much of this is thanks to telecommunications and radio technicians, who keep the technologies that unite us running. Whether they set up a cutting-edge telephone system at a busy corporate office or repair a simple phone line at someone’s house, they are the ones who keep the world in touch.
Telecommunications and radio technicians install, repair, and maintain telephone and radio equipment, such as switches, routers, fiber-optic lines, and switchboards.
Able to see differences in color and hear differences in tone. It also helps to be an independent worker who’s good with people.
Many businesses are switching to voice-over Internet protocol systems, which carry telephone calls over the Internet.