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Employers require dispatchers to have a high school diploma or GED. They prefer to hire people who are familiar with radio equipment and the layout of the city or area.
For emergency dispatchers, employers look for applicants who can stay calm while talking to people who are upset. They prefer people who have health care experience and can explain medical information to callers.
Advancement opportunities for dispatchers usually come in the form of salary increases. With experience, dispatchers may be promoted to supervisory positions.
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