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Employers prefer to hire technicians with training in heating and cooling systems or specifically in geothermal technology. As more individuals become aware of the benefits of using geothermal energy, more programs will be offered in this field.
Employers also prefer technicians with both hands-on and mathematical skills.
Advancement in this field usually takes the form of higher wages. However, experienced technicians may advance to jobs as supervisors or production managers. Those who enjoy working with people may move into areas such as sales or marketing. Those with management skills and funding may open their own businesses.
Control Room Operator (CRO), Instrument and Controls Technician (I & C Technician), Maintenance Technician, Control Operator, Instrumentation and Electrical Technician (I & E Technician), Instrumentation, Control, and Electrical Technician (I C & E Technician), Maintenance Mechanic, Mechanical Technician, Operations Technician, Operator Technician
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