Hydraulics Technicians are responsible for overseeing and implementing the instillation, maintenance, and repairs for the hydraulic components of equipment.
What responsibilities will I have?
What education and training is required?
A high school diploma or more preferably an associate’s degree in industrial equipment technologies, mechanics, precision systems service, HVAC Maintenances or electronics is required.
To pursue a career as a Hydraulic Technician:
The following high school courses are recommended:agricultural education, a focus on science, and mathematics.
Employed by farm equipment dealers and manufactures as well as some state and government agencies.
Future Job Market/Outlook:
The future outlook for Hydraulic Technicians is projected to be good to excellent depending on skills, certification and location.
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