As a broadcast engineer, you might work as a technician at a radio or television station, or operate videotape recording (VTR) equipment. Routing programs and monitoring broadcasts means that you could be working at odd hours to follow a regular work day, with about 40 hours in work a week.
WHAT YOU NEED:
Although all you must have is a high school education, programs from a community college or institute of technology are a real bonus. And there is usually a period of on-the-job training. You will also have to keep ahead of new technology. Some people use this occupation as a starting point for realted fields.
$34,000 to $41,000