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How Much Does An Apprentice Electrician Earn?

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A commercial/industrial apprentice is paid a percentage of what a Journeyman Electrician earns, with the percentage determined by the apprentice's progress in training. You will start at 40% of Journeyman scale. The pay will increase to 45% of Journeyman scale at 1000 hours of work, and 52% at 2000 work hours plus satisfactory completion of the 1st year of school. Pay increases are not automatic, but are dependent upon progress and cooperation in training. Raises will be at 3500 hours, 5000 hours, 6500 hours, & 8000 hours, plus satisfactory completion of school each year.
A Residential apprentice is paid a percentage of what a Residential Wireman earns, with the percentage determined by the apprentice's progress in training. You will start at 55% of Residential Wireman scale. The pay will increase to 65% after 1 year and the satisfactory completion of the first year of school. Pay increases are not automatic but are dependent upon progress and cooperation in training. Raises will be at 2 years and 3 years plus satisfactory completion of the respective year of schooling.
 

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