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#165711 - 07/03/07 04:19 PM Demand for electricians
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Registered: 08/10/01
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Loc: Chestertown, MD, USA
Just saw this at a plumbing website.

Want to know where there might be job openings or business opportunities?

Here's an interesting web site that lists the number of plumbers relative to the local population. The lower the number, the fewer plumbers in the community.
http://www.citytowninfo.com/employment/plumbers-and-pipefitters

For example, in Utica, NY, the median salary is $45,000 and the ratio is 0.3. This indicates that there may be a need for more plumbers in this rural part of New York state.

Here's a similar listing for Electricians.
http://www.citytowninfo.com/employment/electricians

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#165717 - 07/04/07 12:13 AM Re: Demand for electricians [Re: Jim M]
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Wow, Missoula ,Montana. What the ?? do they have going on there ?

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#165724 - 07/04/07 08:19 AM Re: Demand for electricians [Re: macmikeman]
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 Originally Posted By: macmikeman
Wow, Missoula ,Montana. What the ?? do they have going on there ?


Rich people trying to get away from the crowded coast.
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#165726 - 07/04/07 08:27 AM Re: Demand for electricians [Re: macmikeman]
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Everyone found out where Montana was and are moving here.Town of Dutton now has 300 people,getting to crowded.Western and central montana are growing fast,Land and housing (was) cheap.Alot of people building 2nd homes here to retire,they sell their house on the coast,pay cash for house here and put the rest of the money in the bank for retirement.So it's my job to help them part with their money,you got to love it.
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#165727 - 07/04/07 08:28 AM Re: Demand for electricians [Re: gfretwell]
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The DOL has simular listing. (by occupation, pay and location)
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