As of 2015, the salary range of an electronics mechanic is between $40,021 to $66,993, including bonuses and overtime. The hourly rate ranges from $18.71 to $31.60, to upwards of $31.40 to $49.45 when including overtime.
Electronics mechanics assemble, troubleshoot, test and repair a wide range of electrical equipment. Manufacturers or electronics repair companies employ many electronics mechanics. Workers in this field must have a good working knowledge of wiring, circuitry and electrical components. They must also be adept at tracing the causes of electrical and mechanical failures. Electronics mechanics generally possess an associates degree or trade school certification, and prior experience gained during apprenticeships or previous employment is useful.