Automotive Electronics Installers
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Most employers prefer applicants who have completed a formal training program. Experience installing automotive equipment as a hobby may also be helpful. Employers also look for applicants with strong reading, math, and computer skills. These skills allow installers to read and understand technical manuals and to keep up with new technology. Employers also look for installers who can diagnose problems quickly and correctly.
Experienced installers with leadership ability sometimes advance to shop supervisor or service manager. Those who work well with customers may become installation and repair estimators. Some open their own installation shops.
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