The traditional view held by the community-at-large about technicians has become obsolete. In the present day, market demand for work techniques is huge and growing. This expansion appears in one of its forms as a need for new technical approaches. Thus modern technicians should be trained in a variety of skills during their studies so as to be better suited for the current labor market. For instance, a technician who works only on electrical installations is less valuable than a technician who can work with concrete as well. The latter, in turn, is less valuable than one who has these two skills in addition to, for example, programming.