Electronic engineers and technicians design, develop and oversee production of electronic equipment and systems.
They work in a variety of industries, including:
Although New Zealand's electronics industry is small and focused on developing relatively specialised products, skilled workers are needed for research & development roles. Increased spending on telecommunications networks means there are more opportunities for electronics engineers and technicians.
Electronics engineers and technicians generally earn:
Key tertiary qualifications:
Recommended and required school subjects:
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