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TechnicianEducation.com details steps for you to follow which can lead to a career in technology. Background information is given to help you to  successfully move through the world of possibilities that is education for a career. Profiles of 100's of technical occupations are included. 

This website is the internet version of the book-
Technician: Career With A Future - A Plan Workbook
 
by David U. Larson It was published in 1971 by Impressions. The book has been revised many times since publication. This internet edition is the first interactive publication of Technician: Career With A Future.

Many paragraphs and even full pages from Technician: Career With A Future have withstood the test of time. The technician level occupations are now and were certainly then a career level for the future.

Everything is just a click away. No salesman will call. No fees. Nothing for sale. No password needed. No user ID. Just a computer connected to the internet, electricity, and a desire to move up to a great job as a technician or technologist. 

 

Technician Education is prepared to help you get the best job in the galaxy.

Technicians work in many different fields from health to automotive services. Technicians are highly skilled workers who typically need more than on-the-job training to perform technical aspects of their occupation. Additional terms which may describe a technician include equipment operators, investigators, researchers, analysts, and quantifiers.

Since this is such a great employment level for the future, many sources of information exist to detail these jobs in various occupational area. The purpose of this web site is to gather pertinent information for easy access. Where you find details of interest to you, click on to them. Then use your back button to return to this site. You may even want to set this site as a desk top icon for easy return. 

As you visit the various pages of this site, you may think of a specific technology you would like to investigate. You can use the search box from Google which is included on each web page here to access that index.

Here are samples of what you will find with various searches to give you an idea:

Emergency Medical Technician

Automotive Technician

Dental Lab Technician

Library Science Technician

Pharmacy Technician

Computer Technician

Well, you get the idea. Enter the search terms of an occupational area which interest you. Then read through the results. You may be surprise at the wealth of information available through this wonderful internet medium.

Use this Google Search box to further refine your information needs.

Google

Have fun!

Click HERE to read through job descriptions for technicians at Google.

Click HERE to read what Microsoft MSN has to say about technician opportunities.

Working in the 21st Century. 

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Working in the 21st Century is a portrait of the U.S. workforce at the beginning of the New Millennium: a set of charts and related information about subjects ranging from education levels to retirement plans.

You can view a "slideshow" of the chart book on this website: START HERE.

You can go directly to any topic or chart that appears in Working in the 21st Century by clicking on it in the Table of Contents below; links are also provided to PDFs of the charts and to text files that contain the numbers underlying the charts. You can return to this Working in the 21st Century home page by clicking on "Chart book Home" on any HTML page of the chart book.

Table of Contents

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The labor force is growing more slowly: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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The labor force is getting older: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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More women are working today than in the past: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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Minorities are the fastest growing part of the labor force: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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Immigrants are found at the high and low ends of the education scale: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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Education pays: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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Some jobs with above-average earnings do not require a bachelor's degree, but most require substantial training: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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Workers with computer skills are in demand: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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The ten occupations that will generate the most jobs range widely in their skill requirements: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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Benefits account for more than one-quarter of total compensation: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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Retirement plans are changing: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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Workers will be supporting more Social Security recipients: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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The trend in years spent with an employer is down for men and up for women: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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The temporary help industry has grown rapidly: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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The most common alternative employment arrangement is independent contractor: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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Most mothers work: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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Married couples are working longer: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

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The workplace is becoming safer: 
   (topic page) (chart page) (PDF) (numbers)

Follow these links to enter the technicianeducation.com web site.

 

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Good luck as you work to find your career place in the galaxy. 

 

Images from the Hubble Telescope are used throughout this website. To visit more of these spectacular images, go to http://www.nasa.gov 

 

David U. Larson

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