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AUSTINBOSTONSANTANA-IGHT

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Austin Santana

on 4 June 2013

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Transcript of AUSTINBOSTONSANTANA-IGHT

Different Types of Electricians Domestic - residential settings (homes)

Commercial - stores, shopping malls, etc...

Construction - new buildings

Industrial - factories

Linemen - outdoor, power lines Certification or License Austin Santana A Career in Becoming an Electrician pros
good pay
different job sites
up to $42.60 an hour or more
great benefits
retirement
union job Minimum Schooling & Education Requirements Algebra
Geometry
High School diploma Pros & Cons cons
very dangerous
electricity vs. weather
away from home long periods of time
long standing time
work can be strenuous
possibility of unemployment You must pass a written examination and receive certification training and testing through the International Society of Certified Electronic Technicians. How To Get Started 1. Apprentice program
4-5 years
paid training
formal classroom instruction 2. Trade School
certification
no pay Tools pliers
measuring tape
screwdrivers
wrench
electrical tape
hard hat
flashlight
pencil/pen
scissors
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