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Why pursue an electrical career?

Competitive Pay

Higher Pay

Average pay for electricians was $63,310₁ in 2021, with the top 10% earning $99,800 or more.₂

Competitive Pay

Faster Training

Be career-ready in as few as 10 months.

Competitive Pay

Stronger Growth

Projected job growth rate by 2030 is significantly faster than the national average.₃

My Career - Electrical
66,000+ projected new jobs by 2030₁

Take Pride in Your Work

Working as an electrician gives you the pride of a job well-done and the tools for a bright future. If you’re looking to take the first step toward a rewarding career path, let My Electrical Career get you started today.

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BLS Statistics as of 2021 • ₂ BLS Top 10% of earners in 2021 • ₃ BLS Statistics as of 2021 (compared to average projected growth rate of all U.S. occupation