Whether you are graduating high school soon, are in the job market, or are looking to change careers, becoming an electrician can be an incredibly valuable route. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the job outlook for electricians will grow nine percent this decade. Electricians are always in demand and enjoy great pay. You can become an electrician straight out of high school and receive on-the-job training. Mr. Electric of Atlanta is thrilled to be hiring experienced electricians and we look forward to taking your application.
Always in Demand
Even an hour of a power outage is enough to show us the value of electricity in our day and age. From our smart phones and computers to our air conditioners and appliances, almost everything in our lives depend on a steady supply of power. Electricity is also volatile and dangerous, meaning electricians are always in demand. It does not matter whether you live in New York, London, or Beijing. Electricians are always in demand.
You do not need a four-year degree to become an electrician. Mot electricians learn through on-the-job training or an apprenticeship while others start out by attending a short technical school. If you go the route of an apprenticeship or on-the-job training, you will not have to worry about paying tuition or debts. In fact, you will be getting paid to start a career. You can then go on to earn your certification and open the door to higher earning potential.
Learn Practical Skills
As we mentioned earlier, electricity is everywhere, and an electrician is always necessary. As an electrician, you will have a valuable skill under your belt. No longer will you have to call for help when the lights flicker, the circuit breakers trip, or electrical wires need to be installed. In fact, you will be able to take on DIY projects, improve your property, and even help out friends with their electrical issues. Becoming an electrician will add great value to you and your network's lives.
Stimulating and Challenging Work
If you want to avoid monotonous work or deskwork, then consider the fieldwork involved in electrical work. Electricians are often out an about at different sites solving problems, working with their hands, and meeting new people.
You do not have to go through four years of college and rack up big debt to find a good-paying job. In fact, electricians make more than many college graduates. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the median pay in 2020 for electricians was around $56,900. Of course, this depends on the amount of experience as well as the location, but it goes to show how well-paying the field is. You can even take on side projects to make extra cash.
Get to Know Mr. Electric of Atlanta
If you are interested in working at a reputable company, then consider Mr. Electric of Atlanta. We are always looking to hire experienced electricians. We offer competitive pay, great hours, and many benefits. Stop by or shoot us an email with any questions or to hand us a resume.