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For job roles like Electrical Engineering Technicians, Electronic Technicians, and similar job roles.
Projected for Electrical and Electronic Technicians and similar occupations by 2030.
Projected for Electrical and Electronic Technicians and similar job roles by 2030.
Annual Median Salary
For Electro-Mechanical Technicians and similar occupations.
Train to enter into the engineering workforce with an industry-driven, Blue Ridge CTC’s associate degree in Engineering. Explore our programs to:
When students pursue an associate degree in the Engineering field at Blue Ridge CTC, they experience industry-focused instruction, exposure to modern business use cases, plus elective options to design their degree in their own way.
Apart from academics, Blue Ridge CTC helps match students with the best career choices by providing job search and placement assistance. With an associate degree in Engineering, students pave their way to career options including:
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