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JUNE 22, 2011 [Electrician, Tool and Die] How Will Professional Tradesmen Jobs of the Future Be Filled?
Apprentice programs for tool and die makers are shrinking due to lack of interest. good plumber or electrician can make a very good living and their jobs can’t be outsourced. What young people don’t realize is that a plumber or journeyman electrician makes more than 4-year college graduates and they don’t have all those student loans to pay off. There’s a lot of talk about manufacturing jobs continuing to go away in this country. Even factory production jobs aren’t menial labor jobs anymore. So what’s the problem?
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JULY 5, 2013 [Electrician, Tool and Die] SkillsUSA & some guy named Mike Rowe… The recap
The TeamWorks Event: Except for our PVC & copper plumbing pipe being sent to the wrong “Hall” and a few missing judges (shoot I had to play electrician this year) this was probably the smoothest I have seen everything run. 'This is my third year making it to SkillsUSA for the National Championships and I guarantee you it won’t be my last. My Time Lapse of the Team Works Event.
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