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25 Best States For Electricians

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Are you an electrician looking to relocate to a new state? Before you make any decisions, take a look into our list of the 25 best states for electricians.

While you’re at it, also feel free to check out our article on the best states for electrical engineers.

According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, in May 2015, the average annual wage for electricians was $51,880. This occupation is expected to grow significantly in the next few years, by up to 14% from 2014 to 2024. Becoming an electrician is not an easy task. It requires a lot of technical knowledge, experience, and common sense. Most electricians begin their education at a technical training program, and many complete intense apprenticeships. Generally, electricians are required to obtain a license to work commercially. Working as an electrician includes connecting fixtures to internal and external electrical sources, installations, maintenance, and repairs. Work is generally full time, and may include nights and weekends. Electricians may work indoors or outdoors, and in every type of facility imaginable. The work can be dangerous, and serious injuries may occur. This is why it is necessary to undergo proper training.   

 25 Best States For Electricians

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There are several factors to consider when researching the perfect place to call home as it relates to your career: employment rates, cost of living, and annual median pay. When asking which state would be the best to live in as an electrical engineer, all three of these factors must be carefully considered in relation to each other.

In order to compare states and come up with our list, we sourced information about employment rates and annual median income from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, while the data on each state’s cost of living index was derived from the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center. Each state was ranked according to each of the three criterion, and these rankings were then averaged.

Continue reading to learn more details about the best states for electrical engineers.

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