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Based on 315 responses, the job of Electrical Apprentice has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.72 out of 5. On average, Electrical Apprentices are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Electrical Apprentice?

October 2016
"It is very difficult working and going to school."
Electrical Apprentice:
Pros: Meeting new people, accomplishing the creation of a new building.
Cons: Getting laid off, coworkers that dont work.
January 2017
"The work of an electrical apprentice is not easy."
Electrical Apprentice in Houston:
Pros: Work in Houston allows more opportunities if one job doesn't work out. And usually there is some type of transportation to and from work.
Cons: There is so much competition for the better jobs. And there is always so much traffic.
March 2017
"Eager to work an ready to grow with the the right company."
Electrical Apprentice in Laurel:
Pros: I love working as a unit and perfecting my craft by consisting bending pipe, troble shooting, run mc cables, and also installing outlets and switches.
Cons: Not having enough equipment amongest my crew.
October 2015
"My Pay."
Electrical Apprentice:
Pros: Learning a whole new trade that changes every year.
Cons: Not having a company vehicle.
November 2018
Electrical Apprentice in Dorchester:
Pros: Working with my hands and brain
Cons: Traffic
January 2019
"Shawnee is a convenient town."
Electrical Apprentice in Shawnee:
Pros: Plenty of places to eat at lunch.
Cons: Shawnee is growing, meaning more traffic.
February 2019
"I love it but pay is low."
Electrical Apprentice in Harrisburg:
Pros: The people I work with
Cons: The pay