Aerial and Satellite Installer

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Aerial and satellite installers fit and repair television aerials, radio aerials and satellite dishes, and connect them to receiving equipment in homes or commercial premises. They may also set up a full range of digital home technology, such as broadband services.

The Work

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Starting salaries for aerial and satellite installers can range from £16,000 to £22,000 a year. With experience this can rise to between £30,000 and £37,000 a year. You can earn extra through bonus and overtime payments. You might earn commission from selling other products to customers.


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Getting In

Some aerial and satellite installers just deal with external aerials. Some deal with the full range of digital home technology, such as satellite or cable TV receivers and broadband routers. Some work for specialist electronic installation firms.

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