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Anyone on here that lives in NJ and is willing to shed some light on how the Board of Examiners verify work history? What determines your experiences validity? Do you need to provide pay stubs and certain times when you were actually working? Does a licensed contractor just need to sign off on something? Can you use an employer that is not a licensed electrician as a reference for experience if you performed electrical work? And how exactly does the whole process work?
 

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I know people who have worked as maintenance electricians for the NJ dept.of Corrections,factories and used that experience in acquiring a NJ license. It seems a little unfair for the rest of us who have worked a minimum of ten years with a licensed contractor and have a verifiable work history.
 

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I know people who have worked as maintenance electricians for the NJ dept.of Corrections,factories and used that experience in acquiring a NJ license. It seems a little unfair for the rest of us who have worked a minimum of ten years with a licensed contractor and have a verifiable work history.
Yeah, I hear you. Not looking grab a license without the proper credentials, but just wondering if I'd need to be under a licensed electrician for it to be verifiable work history. I'm hoping I can get an apprenticeship at the 164... trying to edge my way in with a contractor while going to college is difficult because of my strange schedule.
 
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