Most people do not know the extent of what electrical workers do or an electrician does. Generally, when they hear of the word electrician, they think of installation of electrical wirings in their homes. They do not normally relate the safety of their families and properties with electrical works. The work of an electrician goes beyond installation of wirings for electricity. It includes ensuring the safety of people and their properties from damages regardless of which field of specialization they chose to engage in. It is also considered the lifeblood of industrial companies that are into manufacturing. A failure in electrical works in a manufacturing industry would mean losses in millions.

Here are some fields of specialization that you as an electrician can choose to advance your career. a) Outside lineman. This job is primarily focused in installing electrical lines that distributes electricity from the plant to consumers. This installation work includes the putting up of towers and systems that are needed in a particular area. This job requires the electrician to work outside and in any weather condition because most of the work is a result of disasters. It requires that an electrician engage in this job is physically strong and has the stamina for the work since they perform high risk and mostly tasks that require strength.

This electrician work is in demand because of the ever growing advancement in technology and the manufacturing companies need more linemen to maintain their power supply. As earlier mentioned, if a power failure occurs, even for a short period time, the company is at risks of losing millions of dollars. That’s the reason why there is a great demand for linemen. b) Inside Wireman or electrician. This is a job where an electrician distributes electricity within the commercial establishment. The job also includes installation and maintenance of the different electrical equipment and network within the building. It can include the simple putting or changing a switch to the overall installation of the whole electric system of the commercial building.

c) VDV Installer Technician. This job is focused on electric work such as installation of voice, video and data outlets, to include telephones, computer networks and security alarm systems. d) The Residential Wireman as the name connotes entails installation and all electrical work only in residential homes. This electrician work includes wiring installation, electric network within the residential house, cables, computer connections, heating and cooling systems and maintenance of the electrical system of the house. The pay in this particular job is at the range of $54,000 annually depending on the experience of the electrician as well as location of your company in relation to the client’s residence.

Whatever field of electrician specialization you want to pursue, you need to acquire mastery of the skill needed for the job through apprenticeship coupled with appropriate trainings and education. All the electrician jobs pay is computed based on established factors to include experience and skill. The more years of experience you have, the higher the pay. It is therefore imperative that you go for apprenticeship to develop your skill to the fullest and get the highest pay in the field. Experience is a major factor because this job involves the safety and welfare of families together with their properties.

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