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Is weather a big impact, Do you travel to different states to do work? Do you enjoy the work itself

I am a student looking to get into the #Electrician trade, thanks for your time! #student #student #work #career

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James Constantine’s Answer

Hi there, Cameron!

The weather can play a big role in an electrician's day-to-day tasks. When the weather gets a bit wild, like during heavy rain, snowstorms, or strong winds, it can make outdoor electrical work a bit tricky and even dangerous. Even simple changes in temperature can affect how well electrical systems and equipment perform. Because of this, electricians often have to change the way they work or adjust their schedules based on what Mother Nature is up to, all to make sure they're working safely and efficiently.

As for hopping from state to state for work, it really depends on what kind of job opportunities or projects are out there. Some electricians might need to travel to different states for special projects or to meet the needs of their clients. How much an electrician enjoys their work can vary from person to person. But a lot of electricians find joy in solving problems, working with their hands, and helping to build essential infrastructure. Choosing a career as an electrician can open up a world of opportunities and let you work in all kinds of places, from people's homes to big commercial buildings.

Here are the top 3 go-to reference publications for authoritative information:

1. National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)
2. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
3. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)

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Sending you blessings and good vibes!
James.
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Ruquayyah’s Answer

Hello, weather is not much of a big impact when you work remotely. If there is bad weather, you mostly have to worry about your internet service being interrupted. Due to COVID, travel has decreased significantly but we will expect travel to eventually pick up and I will be be expected to do some travel. Your employer will most likely adjust to work with employees when there is in-climate weather conditions.
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Bharathi’s Answer

Hello Cameron ,

I do travel to different state to do the work. Initially it was difficult for me to stay there due to different weather and food. but now its used to it .
also able to manage and I'm enjoying the work what I do . Currently working from home due to COVID , but soon we will be going back to the office to work.

So If you are going into your interesting field , weather will not be a big challenge for you .
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