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#9617 - 05/07/02 11:12 AM Provailing Wages  
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I recently found out that I worked on a provailing wage job in Boston, MA and my company did not pay provailing wage. Is there anyone that could tell me where I could find out what the provailing wage would be for a journeyman electrican and telecommunication person who worked in Boston from 1999 to 2001? Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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#9618 - 05/07/02 11:33 AM Re: Provailing Wages  
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Check with the US Department of Labor, they probably have a listing in Boston, or the states Department of Labor or similar agency.


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