field technician

Field Technician. Field technicians handle on-site services and repairs for a company's products. Field technicians can work on many different types of products, including computers, heating and cooling systems, security systems, factory machinery, and more.

According to PayScale, the average salary for a field service technician is $47,128 per year, with a reported salary range of $29,731 to $65,914. The highest-paid field service techs are in Seattle, WA where the average reported yearly salary is $53,091.

Most require a high school diploma or GED as a prerequisite, and individual schools might have additional requirements. Programs range from as little as 15 weeks to as long as two years, awarding a certificate, diploma or associate degree.

Steps to Become a Field Technician
Step 1: Obtain Postsecondary Education. A high school diploma is generally the minimum education required for a career as a field technician. ...
Step 2: Gain Work Experience. Field technicians may find employment with private companies or manufacturers. ...
Step 3: Earn Certification.
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