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You can always try Electronics Engineering courses, that's the best bet. That was my major the first year and a half of college, but i found the Math and Sciences requirements were insanely difficult, so I decided to switch my Major to IT professional. Wayyyy easier. :0) Once you reach that level of training, (Board Repair) you're looking at over 100K/year easily. Problem is, if you work full time and go to school full-time and have a family it's not easy. You literally have to burry your head in books and spend countless hours studying just for the requirements. The course is insanely difficult.
You can always try Electronics Engineering courses, that's the best bet. That was my major the first year and a half of college, but i found the Math and Sciences requirements were insanely difficult, so I decided to switch my Major to IT professional. Wayyyy easier. :0) Once you reach that level of training, (Board Repair) you're looking at over 100K/year easily. Problem is, if you work full time and go to school full-time and have a family it's not easy. You literally have to burry your head in books and spend countless hours studying just for the requirements. The course is insanely difficult.

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You can always try Electronics Engineering coursecourses, that's the best bet. That was my major the first year and a half of college, but i found the Math and Sciences requirements were insanely difficult, so I decided to switch my Major to IT professional. Wayyyy easier. :0) Once you reach that level of training, (Board Repair) you're looking at over 100K/year easily.
You can always try Electronics Engineering coursecourses, that's the best bet. That was my major the first year and a half of college, but i found the Math and Sciences requirements were insanely difficult, so I decided to switch my Major to IT professional. Wayyyy easier. :0) Once you reach that level of training, (Board Repair) you're looking at over 100K/year easily.

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You can always try Electronics Engineering course, that's the best bet. That was my major the first year and a half of college, but i found the Math and Sciences requirements were insanely difficult, so I decided to switch my Major to IT professional. Wayyyy easier. :0) OceOnce you reach that level of board repair, you'retraining, you're looking at over 100K/year easily.
You can always try Electronics Engineering course, that's the best bet. That was my major the first year and a half of college, but i found the Math and Sciences requirements were insanely difficult, so I decided to switch my Major to IT professional. Wayyyy easier. :0) OceOnce you reach that level of board repair, you'retraining, you're looking at over 100K/year easily.

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You can always try Electronics Engineering course, that's the best bet. That was my major the first year and a half of college, but i found the Math and Sciences requirements were insanely difficult, so I decided to switch my Major to IT professional. Wayyyy easier. :0) Oce you reach that level of board repair, you're looking at 100K/year easily.
You can always try Electronics Engineering course, that's the best bet. That was my major the first year and a half of college, but i found the Math and Sciences requirements were insanely difficult, so I decided to switch my Major to IT professional. Wayyyy easier. :0) Oce you reach that level of board repair, you're looking at 100K/year easily.

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You can always try Electronics Engineering course, that's the best bet.  That was my major the first year and a half of college, but i found the Math and Sciences requirements were insanely difficult, so I decided to switch my Major to IT professional.  Wayyyy easier.  :0)

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