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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.
+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 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) Once you reach that level of training, you're looking at over 100K/year easily.
+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.

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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) Once you reach that level of training, 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)
+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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