Telecommunications Wiring & Cabling
The field of telecommunications wiring and cabling is a broad one that involves a lot of technicians, contractors, electricians, and installation experts. With a number of service providers around the globe, there are many job positions that apply to this industry. As you likely know, countless commercial businesses and residential homeowners utilize telecommunications equipment, systems and services daily. It is important for them to have a strong signal and network so that communications is easy. As a professional in this field, you will commonly have to deal with all sorts of telecommunications equipment and supplies on a daily basis.
While it can be both fun and exciting becoming a wiring and cabling technician or installation contractor in this field, there is certainly some necessary training involved beforehand. This training will help you better understand cat5 cable supplies, radio signals, computer Ethernet connection, wireless phone providers, and analogue adapters for older telephones and televisions. You will also work with digital phone connections, voice mail equipment, and data panels that help patch calls through servers. Depending on the service provider or telecommunications contractor you are employed with, some of the tasks you handle each day will vary. You income in this line of work often depends on your job title and the amount of education and/or training you have. Fortunately this is a line of work that allows you to be employed in most parts of the United States.
As a professional installation contractor of wiring and cabling technician, you will work with commercial businesses and residential homeowners regularly.