Educational Qualifications For Workstation PC

by jackprabha

PC Technicians need to have a high school diploma along with at least two of experience of PC/laptop support, including deployment, at least two years of experience with fixing and repair of PC hardware, and at least one year experience in interacting with clients directly.

Technicians should be well-versed enough to support desktop applications like the MS Office applications. They should have knowledge and experience to support the Internet and browsers, such as Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and IE Explorer.

Importantly, they should be prepared for a change in activities or processes.

The average wage of a Workstation Technician in the United States is $33,150 per year, according to neuvoo. Professionals who freelance can earn $17 per hour.

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