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Fast Facts for Aerospace Technicians in Connecticut

  • Cities with highest percentage of jobs relative to population: and Bridgeport
  • Cities with lowest percentage of jobs relative to population: and New Haven
  • Cities with the highest absolute number of jobs: and Bridgeport

Salaries for Aerospace Technicians in Connecticut

  • Metro areas with the highest median salaries: and Bridgeport

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  • Electrician: Industrial, Commercial, Residential
  • Founded in 1946 to train New England’s workforce for success across a wide range of vocational professions.
  • Focuses on training students in the technical and professional skills essential for their chosen career.
  • Offers classes taught by teachers with years of experience in the field.
  • Provides full-time career services to help students pursue career options.
  • Has 9 campuses throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts.
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Enfield
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Programs
  • Master of Science in Engineering Technology

Founded in 1869 as a land-grant school, the University is known today for its prolific faculty as well as a record of distinguished research and achievement in aerospace, engineering, technology, science, and math.

Programs
  • Industrial Design
  • Industrial Design (BS)
  • Industrial Design Technology (AS)
  • "Apply Now to The Art Institutes - Pursue Your Passion Today."
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San Francisco
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More Connecticut Aerospace Technician Schools

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, BLS.gov

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Highest Award
Enrolled
Waterbury
Associate
5,966

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