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Hello! My name is Joceline and I am a current high school student. I'm conducting an interview with any professional in the Electrician field?

What profession did you choose?

Why?

How many years of college did you

need to go through?

What jobs did you work before you

landed your present professional

job?

How can I decide if I should earn a

Ph.D. in this field?

Were you in a college program?

Did you have to pivot and go back to

school at a later date?

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Lori’s Answer

You don't need a PhD to be an electrician; trade school or vocational programs are sufficient. Electricians specialize in electrical wiring and maintenance. Electrical engineers require a college degree and are involved in more advanced projects.
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