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Old 05-17-2017, 08:06 PM   #1
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Default Residential Journeyman looking for commercial work in Washington State/Seattle area

I am looking for commercial work in Washington State, and more specifically the Seattle area within the next month or so. I have my Washington 02 J card and well over half of my commercial hours. I am looking to get into commercial work full time so that I can max out my hours and take my 01 Journeyman test as soon as possible.

I entered into the electrical field in February 2011 when I started trade school. Since graduating I have worked in Washington doing a variety of residential and commercial work. I never planned to stay in residential only, but I got so many hours in that field, I decided to test out and then finish working toward my Commercial license.
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Old 05-21-2017, 10:35 PM   #2
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The electrical trade is so specialized today that going from resi to commercial to industrial to lineman etc is so different it's like starting over.

If you're serious about a change be prepared for a serious pay cut, until you prove yourself.
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