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FACTS • By 2018, there will be 2.7 million new jobs in high- paying STEM professions. Consider a High-Tech Career In Electronics and Computer Technology Learn how to… • build, upgrade and repair computers • use state-of-the-art test equipment • troubleshoot electronic equipment Get practical hands-on skills that employers want. Take classes part time or full time. Career Annual starting wage* PVCC programs that can help you get there... Electronics technician (installation and repair) $14.91 - 33.41/hr. Electronics and Computer Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree ** Computer and Network Support Technologies Career Studies Certificate * Sources: Economic Modeling Specialists, Inc.; U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics ** Complete in two years or less • Workers with associate degrees in STEM fields out- earn 63 percent of people who have bachelor's degrees in other fields. • Almost half of workers with bachelor's degrees in STEM fields out-earn workers with Ph.D.'s in other fields. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics STEM = Why wait? Visit to see more about PVCC's degree and certificate programs in science, engineering, computer science, electronics and computer technology, information systems technology, and computer network and support technology. To discuss a STEM career, make an appointment with an advisor in our Admissions and Advising Center. Call 434.961.6551 or email (Sources: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; U.S. News and World Report, Oct. 20, 2011) For more information, contact: Admissions and Advising Center Main Building, Rm. M144 434.961.5264 or 434.961.6581 22 PVCC Spring 2013 Class Schedule For schedule updates, visit

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