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Industrial Maintenance Technician

Careers. Choices. Real Life.

Maintenance mechanics are in demand in all types of industries. You will find that pay rates for people in the equipment maintenance field are among the highest of all trades. After graduating, you will be ready to start your career in a variety of capacities: Graduates may also enter the trades of Machine Repair, Machine Rebuilder, and Millwright. Graduates may advance to positions such as Maintenance Leadperson, Maintenance or Millwright Apprentice, Foreperson, or Superintendent.

Gainful Employment

Gainful employment information for the Industrial Maintenance Technician program is available here. This information is provided as a federal requirement in an effort to help students make informed decisions related to the costs and potential employment in a chosen field.

Graduate Employment Information

WITC Industrial Maintenance Technician Graduate Survey Responses 2014-2015

Number of graduates         10 Employed in related field 2
Number of responses           9 % employed in WITC district 0%
Number available for employment           9 Range of yearly salary $30,000*-$65,000*
Number employed           8 Average yearly salary $49,189*
Percent employed      89%    

*Range of yearly salary and average yearly salary based on composite from Wisconsin's 16 technical college districts (WTCS) which includes WITC graduates.