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Old 05-25-2020, 09:03 PM   #1
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I have about 4 years of experience in between commercial and industrial. I have around 3 months of residential, but I really want my contractor's license I'm able to sit for journeymen license in Alabama which recipriocates to a few states. Also, I think it will look good a job application escpecially for some of these staffing companies. In the state of Ga you only need 4 yrs of experience to become an Electrical Contractor what could I do to further my goal. I know you have to have certain experience in differnet areas and just knowledge of the nec but law.
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Old 05-25-2020, 09:47 PM   #2
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Alabama is a “jackpot” state due to the reciprocity you mentioned. I appreciate your ambition but staffing companies are the absolute bottom feeders of our trade.
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Yeah I plan on getting my journeyman their and then virginia and my contractors in ga. I can work all on the east coast and bid my own jobs also.
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Welcome to the forum. Good luck.
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