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The most stable jobs for electricians are found with factories and businesses, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Electricians also work for construction firms, utility companies and the government, and many el... More »

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Being an electrician requires some dexterity and good eye-hand coordination. An electrician must be in good physical shape and have good balance. Excellent vision and the ability to distinguish colors are both crucial fo... More »

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To become an apprentice electrician, you can apply to the National Electrical Contractors Association, but it's possible to receive training through a program offered by an electrical contractor. Apprenticeships can last... More »

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