After you've completed Apprenticeship, there are multiple career paths and earning opportunities for you to explore. According to 2004 data compiled by FETPIP, right after completion, Apprentices make more money on average than a person with a Bachelor's Degree. The best part is, apprentices are earning money working, while they are going to school two nights a week.

The Florida Association of Electrical Contractors conducts an annual survey of their membership to determine career paths and salary ranges in the electrical construction trade. In addition to your pay, you will receive benefit packages. Benefit packages will vary between companies.

To see the FETPIP Chart, follow this link.


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