Quality control technicians are responsible for testing materials and finished products to ensure they conform to all applicable laws and company standards. Quality control technicians test products across the three stages of production (before, in-process, and final) to ensure quality levels are met. Quality control technicians work on a variety of products, including cars, computers, and food. The majority of quality control technicians work in manufacturing.
Quality control technicians do not need to have a formal education, but most have a high school diploma or equivalent. Some quality control technicians choose to pursue a certification for quality control to improve employability, but it is not required. Quality control technicians need to have strong math and analytical skills.
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