Home Appliance Repairers
Training and Education
|Recommended Degree Level||Certificate or Higher|
|Number of Jobs, 2012||34,510|
|Annual Job Growth Rate||2.4%|
|Job Openings per Year (est.)||1,190|
Many employers require long-term on-the-job training from job applicants. Bachelor's degrees are held by 7% of employees. People with some college experience but no degree make up 43% of home appliance repairers. The highest level of education for for 50% of workers was a high school diploma.
Part-Time Work and Self-Employment
A government survey revealed that 9% of employees work only part of the time. Home appliance repairers who work as their own boss represent 27% of the total.
Area Job Conditions
There are comparatively more jobs of this type in Colorado Springs (Colorado), Burlington (Vermont), and Haverhill (Massachusetts), and comparatively fewer in Las Vegas (Nevada), Boston (Massachusetts), and Memphis (Tennessee).
The earning potential for home appliance repairers appears to be highest in Tucson (Arizona), Las Vegas (Nevada), and Columbus (Ohio), and lowest (comparatively speaking) in Colorado Springs (Colorado), Saginaw (Michigan), and Billings (Montana).
Quickly shows the work of home appliance repairers. Created for the US Department of Labor.