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Old 01-28-2013, 09:25 PM   #1
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Default What is your IBEW local Journeyman Wage

Just curious to find out what the Journeyman wage is around North America. Out here in Vancouver BC (local 213) its $35 and hour.

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Old 01-28-2013, 10:10 PM   #2
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$27.15 hourly
$5.35 healthcare
12% pension

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Old 01-28-2013, 11:54 PM   #3
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LU: 776 Jurisdiction: SC Updated: 1/7/2013
Classification: Inside Journeyman Wireman Referal Hrs: 8:30 am----9:00 am
Scale: 23.97 Assessments: 4%
Pension I: 10% Pension II: Annuity: na
Vacation: na Health & Welfare: 5.50
Book I Status: Slow Book I Count: NA
Book II Status: Not At All Book II Count: NA
Details: Work is slow at this time. Must sign Book I and II in person. Re-sign 10th - 16th of each month.
Local Contact Info:
City/State: North Charleston, SC Address: 3345 Seiberling Road
Phone: (843) 554-1080 Email: local776@ibew776.com Website: NA
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LU: 776 Jurisdiction: SC Updated: 1/7/2013
Classification: Outside Journeyman Lineman Referal Hrs: 8:30 am----9:00 am
Scale: 26.76 Assessments: 4%
Pension I: 8.5% Pension II: Annuity: na
Vacation: na Health & Welfare: 5.00
Book I Status: Slow Book I Count: NA
Book II Status: Not At All Book II Count: NA
Details: Work is slow at this time with many on Book 1. Must sign Book I and II in person. Re-sign on 10th - 16th of each month.
Local Contact Info:
City/State: North Charleston, SC Address: 3345 Seiberling Road
Phone: (843) 554-1080 Email: local776@ibew776.com Website: NA
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Old 01-29-2013, 02:07 PM   #4
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wage $39
pensions $15.11
health ins $13.17
sub fund $2.75 (unemployment..rolls to pension when you account =$6k)
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Old 01-29-2013, 09:49 PM   #5
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LU 332 is currently 51.07, I dont know the bennies off the top of my head
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Scale: $21.40
Pension: $3.09
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Old 01-29-2013, 11:29 PM   #7
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Local 3 NYC

$51/hr in the pocket.

Assorted benefits bring it up to $103/hr.
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Old 01-30-2013, 07:14 PM   #8
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L.U. 1852, Cape Breton NS

$ 33.17/ hr on the cheque (15% premium for forman)
$ 6.50/ hr for pension
$ 3.45/ hr for Health and Welfare
$ 1.25/ hr to training fund
10% vacation pay
Few other little benefits.....total package around $50 /HR

Take home on 40 hrs after tax for JM (not supervision) is just under $1000.00 week ($997.00 I think)
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Local 102

$49/ in your pocket
Total package just over $100 an hour
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L.U. 1852, Cape Breton NS

$ 33.17/ hr on the cheque (15% premium for forman)
$ 6.50/ hr for pension
$ 3.45/ hr for Health and Welfare
$ 1.25/ hr to training fund
10% vacation pay
Few other little benefits.....total package around $50 /HR

Take home on 40 hrs after tax for JM (not supervision) is just under $1000.00 week ($997.00 I think)

Health and welfare seems low, but Canada has some sort of universal health care? What does your plan provide, additional coverage?
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Old 02-02-2013, 05:00 PM   #11
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Yup...we have free healthcare but it doesn't cover things like eyeglasses, prescriptions/medications, chiropractic, most dental care, hearing aids or things like that.
Our H&W covers all that and more.
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Local 353 - Toronto

Base Rate: $38.44
Vacation/Stat Holiday: $3.84
RRSP: $1.15
Union Funds: $13.71
Electrical Contractor Association Fund: $0.34

Total Package: $57.48/hour

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271 - Wichita Kansas. $28.23 plus 6% for vacation. 5.60 for health/welfare and 3.65 for pension.
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toledo ohio (local8) inside wireman is 35.09 hr
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$27.15 hourly
$5.35 healthcare
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John. Seems you guys had to make concessions over all these years?
When I worked out of your local in 1980, it was $16.00 an hour.
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57.00 per hour southern ca
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Local 46 in Seattle:

42.61 on the check

7.45 Medical

6.18 Local Pension

1.75 Annuity

There are a few other costs to the employer adding up to 60.38 for the contractor.

Our dues are about 35 a month for basic, 1.5% working and 1.5% organizing.
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Local 46 in Seattle:

42.61 on the check

7.45 Medical

6.18 Local Pension

1.75 Annuity

There are a few other costs to the employer adding up to 60.38 for the contractor.

Our dues are about 35 a month for basic, 1.5% working and 1.5% organizing.
Would Henry approve?...or Dez? or Kieth?
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Would Henry approve?...or Dez? or Kieth?
Mike Watt and Gary Floyd would.
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These are the listed prevailing wage numbers for the 6 Southern CA Counties:

Los Angeles - $37.95
Orange County - $40.64
Riverside - $35.15
San Bernardino - $35.60
San Diego - $37.60
Imperial - $37.60

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