How to Get Paid to Repair Your Computer
Computer repair shops are everywhere, and it’s becoming more common for them to be run by people with no technical background, according to a report released Tuesday by the National Association of Computer Repair Managers.
In the United States, the trade association found, the average salary for a computer repairman is $63,700.
It’s also about 10% higher than it was in 2008, the last year it has been collecting data on computer repair jobs.
The average salary of a computer system technician, meanwhile, has grown from $36,200 in 2008 to $62,300 in 2017, the report found.
The median salary for that type of job was $50,400 in 2016.
The National Association for Computer Repair and Tech Assistance said that in 2017 alone, it received more than 20,000 complaints about computer problems.
That’s up from 7,300 complaints in 2016, it said.
It’s a growing trend.
Computer repair is becoming more popular in some industries, and a growing number of people are finding themselves without technical training.
Some have even moved into the computer repair business to fill those gaps.
According to the report, computer repair was the fastest-growing occupation for people between the ages of 18 and 34 in 2016 with an average of 2,726 new hires, up from 1,945 in 2015.
Computer maintenance has increased from 3,834 to 4,711, while computer technicians have increased from 1.7 million to 2.1 million.
The study also found that in 2016 there were nearly 2.2 million computer repair positions in the U.S., an increase of almost 3,000 jobs from the previous year.
The report noted that in 2018, the number of computer repair employees increased by 3% to 4.3 million.
That means there were 5,936,000 people working in the computer industry.
The number of new hires has grown by more than 8% since the beginning of the year, the study found.
The U.K. also has a thriving computer repair industry, with an annual number of more than 60,000 in the United Kingdom.
The U.J.K., which has the highest percentage of computer jobs in the European Union, has seen the number rise to 8,700, the survey found.