Average Salary For IT Technicians In South Africa

IT technicians install, troubleshoot, and fix the hardware and software in a computer system. It’s often considered an entry-level position. An IT technician provides a wide range of services to support, fix, and maintain the hardware and software of an organization’s computer systems.

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IT Technician Salary In South Africa

The average junior it technician salary in South Africa is R 162 000 per year or R 83.08 per hour. Entry-level positions start at R 144 000 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 185 250 per year.

Is computer technician a good career?

CareerExplorer rates computer repair technicians with a B+ employability rating, meaning this career should provide good employment opportunities for the foreseeable future.

That number is based on 72,100 additional computer repair technicians and the retirement of 5,100 existing computer repair technicians.

What does an IT technician do?

An IT technician provides a wide range of services to support, fix, and maintain the hardware and software of an organization’s computer systems. IT technicians might install, troubleshoot, test, or help roll out security features, hardware, and software, or maintain networks and computer systems.

What skills do you need to be an IT technician?

Interacting with computers.

Collecting data and information.

Problem-solving and decision-making.

Communication.

Consulting and advising others.

Inspecting equipment, structures, or material.

Documenting and recording information.

Developing objectives and strategies.

What qualifications do you need to be a computer technician?

Computer technicians are typically expected to hold a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or another closely related field. Some employers may accept candidates who have an associate’s degree.

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