Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers assemble and modify electrical and electronic equipment such as computers, motors and batteries. Depending on the product, assemblers need to use a variety of equipment and techniques to shape and attach pieces including soldering, micro-welding, drilling, cutting, or other methods.
To become an electrical and electronic equipment assembler requires at least a high school diploma and a few months to one year of on-the-job training. Some employers may require additional certifications or apprenticeship. Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers earn approximately $16.20 an hour.