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Why would you say this?

Why would you work for your current employer if this is the case?

Are you forced to work were you work?

Are you trained and licensed?

What are your employment skills?

Are contractors hiring in your area?
If it's a job that requires the employee pay the "prevailing wage", then darylbnet22 might have a legitimate gripe. As you probably know, a lot of public jobs are bid with prevailing wages being required. This may or may not be the case here.
 

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Daryl, a couple of things. Those wages posted are for "licensed journeyman" electricians, which your not. Even if this is a "prevailing wage" job you would fall into a different job category. You will need to find out if the employee is required to meet wage scale, by law. And, if so, what your job description is and what your wage scale should be. If you need to, you can call IBEW Local 103 in Boston. I'm not sure you fall under their jurisdiction anyway. Check it out before you lose your job.
 
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