"At an interview for a position as an electrician, you may be asked about your formal training experience, projects you have worked on in the past, and your personal business practices. The interviewer will try to gain an idea of your competency with various electrician jobs and your ability to adhere to proper safety requirements. To work as an electrician, you must complete an electrician apprenticeship and receive a license to work in your area. Licensing requirements vary by state."
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I started in computers and have been very strong in it for the last 6 or more years. Technology and electronics have always been my thing. After I got out of high school, I decided to pursue an education in Microsoft Certification, and learn the ins and outs of computer software and hardware, and definitely networking. I was able to earn more than 5 certifications in both Microsoft and Comp Tia. Now, I am studying to become an electrician, and soon I will get my Electrical I Certification. Once my class is over, I plan to work for a local electrician while being enrolled in a 3-5 year Joint Apprenticeship Program. I would say that my knowledge of computers and electrical go hand-in-hand well together. I think that I am making the right choice in my life right now, as I am both determined and knowing that I am following my dreams. It is apparent how my computer skills and knowledge have surely assisted me with my new found passion, and that is Electrical.
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