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#59998 - 12/20/05 01:02 PM North Carolina Electrical Work
northstar Offline

Registered: 03/10/05
Posts: 40
Loc: Long Island, New York
Im wondering if anyone is from North Carolina who can let me know about the state licensing procedure and contact info. Im looking to move the family down in June of 06. Also wondering about wages Electrical Project Supers and Foreman.. Any help will be great. Thanks in advance

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#59999 - 12/21/05 08:42 AM Re: North Carolina Electrical Work
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Registered: 12/01/05
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Loc: Trenton, NC, USA
Were ya comming from? Where ya movin to?
I live near New Bern.
The state licencing board can be found here.
Your work experience from all states counts, so bring letters from your current and past employers.

Wages in this state vary widely depending on the area. Feel free to email me for more detail. I dont think forum rules allow me posting my email addy here, but there is a link at the top of this post.


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