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#45311 - 11/23/04 11:27 AM North Carolina Bound
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Im moving to Raleigh NC and Im wondering if my hours and shooling are transferable from California to back east. I really do like doing electrical work, love bending pipe...running underground...all of it. Ive been in a slump for a couple years, work has been slow and now I have a 2 year old boy which is a job in itself. Im making about 50 grand on my California house so Im thinking of starting my own business back east doing electrical. I need some advice, Im clueless as to where to sign up if I try union in North Carolina, hopefully some of you seasoned electricians can give me some insight. Ive got 8 years and probably 11000-12000 hours of commercial work.
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#45312 - 11/23/04 01:40 PM Re: North Carolina Bound
Roger Offline
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Go here, http://www.ncbeec.org/.

Your hours will be counted but you will need letters or proof to go with it.

You can download the application forms from the site.

Roger
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