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Based on 1,879 responses, the job of Electrician has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.81 out of 5. On average, Electricians are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Electrician?

March 2015
"Apprentice tips."
Always double check everything you will ever do. If it takes more time when you first do it, remember latter on it would take more time to repeat that same job as to compared to when you were there originally.
April 2015
"To apprentices."
Pay attention, use your manners. Listen to the clients. Clarify. Isolate.
June 2015
"Expect nothing."
New electricians will work at least three times as hard as older electricians or journeyman and receive less than half of the praise, in general. You're expected to WANT to learn the trade, more than just know something. You should be punctual and most importantly teachable.
June 2015
"Sizing up with the rest of them."
Pros: I like that my job is outdoors not in an office I can travel all around perth to different locations each day to work and working in a team is always good.
Cons: Crawling around in tight roof spaces can become demanding on the body.
June 2015
"Getting by."
Pros: There is a little bit of travel associated with my job.
Cons: There is no set schedule. My hours change every day.
June 2015
"I wish I knew it was all about politics and not working hard."
Go to school and don't work too hard.
June 2015
"How far can you go?"
Work hard, fast, and efficiently. Mistakes happen, it's ok, just try not to let it happen often. Make sure you make your own notes on your pay and hrs worked. Ask frequently about taking on my opportunities within your company and make sure there is room for growth.