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Computer Repair Technician Job Description

A computer repair technician is a person who repairs and maintains computers and servers. The technician’s responsibilities may extend to include building or configuring new hardware, installing and updating software packages, and creating and maintaining computer networks

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By: PBridges

My job can be stressful at times but mostly enjoyable.

I have a lot of job security but little room for promotion.

A typical day at work for me is repairing 10/13 laptops sharing information and ideals with peers.

I normally work 10/12 hours a day.

I put in a lot of overtime mostly off on weekends.

No, I never take work home with me, when I’m home it’s strictly family time.

I often run into power issues, lcd issues, system board issues.

If I can’t solve the problem I get additional information from the client and forward the unit to escalations.

I make decisions on replacing parts or warranties of units.

Some of my toughest situations include troubleshooting the blue screen of death and power issues.

I interact with customers via phone to obtain information concerning complaints.

I like the experience, but dislike the limited room for promotions.

I find my job exciting because I’m getting experience in my field of study.

I learned these from self-learning and schooling.

High school diploma and entry level tech experience.

My job has not affected my lifestyle at all.

This company cares more about shipping out numbers than techs building their skills.

Yes, there is a very high turnover rate.

I would leave my job for promotion into Networking.

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I start to know this website from youtube comment section. Yesterday I was streaming about computer on youtube because I want to learn and improve my knowledge about computers. I am very interested in computer world. My goal is to be profesional and expert at this profesion.


1. What precisely do you do? What are the duties/functions/responsibilities of your job? I was a Part Time Computer Technician at a small local repair shop. BEFORE reading the rest of this, please note that not only was I a Computer Technician, but because I’m a career changer, and because of my work history I was also a Client Relationship Manager. 2. What is your job like? It was too easy at times, and stressful at others. 3. How much job security do you have in this position? I had very little job security, unless I was willing to work… Read more »


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