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Most students who take the traditional route into a college or university pay tuition for several years, often taking large student loans, and then graduate into an entry-level position with low pay. Electricians EARN while they LEARN.
Electrical apprentices typically earn $50,000 to $75,000 in total wages and benefits while learning their trade, depending on which one of our four apprenticeship programs they select. It's not unusual for apprentices graduating from our inside programs to earn $80,000 or more in their first year as a journeyman (depending on where they live and work). Pay in our other specialties is also highly competitive with, and often surpasses, what new college graduates earn.
That's not all. A career in the Electrical Industry offers great benefits programs (benefits vary by location). All include health insurance and participation in a national pension plan, most also include supplemental employer-paid pension and/or annuity funds, 401(k)s, and other benefits.