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#37881 - 05/09/04 09:56 PM S.C. coastal area  
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Any SC electricians here? I'm curious as to what the pay scale is in the coastal area for residential,or running a service truck.

Mostly the Charleston,Georgetown,Myrtle Beach area.

Russell


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#37882 - 05/11/04 09:40 PM Re: S.C. coastal area  
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I have worked some in Hilton Head and they get about double for what we get in south GA. The inspectors are h#ll but the work is worth it.

I stay so busy here at home it's hard to make the drive to the coast not to mention the price of fuel these days.


#37883 - 05/12/04 08:12 PM Re: S.C. coastal area  
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