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Old 02-06-2015, 07:09 PM   #1
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Someone asked me what else could They go into with a journeyman license. The only thing I could tell him was commercial and industrial. Anybody know another field they could go into with a journeyman license?
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Someone asked me what else could They go into with a journeyman license. The only thing I could tell him was commercial and industrial. Anybody know another field they could go into with a journeyman license?
You could become a consultant, or even teach. Not sure about Texas, but you could become an inspector.

I have heard of tradesman/woman becoming sales reps, or working at supply houses. Year round inside work, close to home.

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Working with testing guys doing support work, lots of ot but too many weekends and holidays.
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