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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 www.pvcc.edu/stem 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 admissions@pvcc.edu. www.pvcc.edu/stem (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 admissions@pvcc.edu 22 PVCC Spring 2013 Class Schedule For schedule updates, visit pvcc.edu/classes.

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