There will be 66,000 more electrician jobs in the United States by 2030. Demand for electricians is also expected to increase faster than other commercial jobs over the same period. Now is a good time to start your training. Good electricians will always be in demand.
Talented “sparklers” are respected for their intelligence, their ability to solve problems and their technical knowledge.
Electricalwork is a difficult job, but a rewarding one. This career requires strong problem-solving skills and the ability to think quickly. Basically, I've been thinking about that: utility companies, big hospitals, public transportation, etc.
The pay is generally decent, it usually provides insurance, and I think it gives me room to grow as an electrician. In fact, I'm doing the tests with the port authority right now (or at least I'm waiting to see if I pass the last exam). Anyway, that's just my point of view, good luck. Becoming an electrician is well worth the 4-year apprenticeship.
You can make a good living. In fact, electricians are the highest-paid trades, with plumbers coming second. Plumbers may have a higher salary in some areas.).