SOC: 51-2022

Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers participate in the manufacture of, alternative fuel vehicle systems and other clean technologies, their components and their infrastructure. Their main focus is on electronic equipment more so than mechanical parts; therefore they build electric components of vehicles including computers, electronic control devices, electric motors and electronic sensors, in addition to components of the electric charging stations and other related infrastructure.

Los Angeles County Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers:

Annual Average Employment 2010

Projected Employment 2020

Average Hourly Wage, 1q12

Average Annual Wage, 1q12

Entry Level Education

Work Experience

On the Job Training

3,760

3,940

$13.17

$27,392

High school

None

Short-term

To more fully explore the green occupation listed above, see the Employment Development’s California’s Occupational Guide or Understanding the Green Economy.

Please note that this is occupational data across all industries and not necessarily specific to any one area of clean technology.