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    Wages and Moving

    I am graduating from a technical school and will have EPA and ICE certifications. what type of job should I be looking for and what wage should I expect to start with? I am moving to the Baltimore Maryland area

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodybuckeyes View Post
    I am graduating from a technical school and will have EPA and ICE certifications. what type of job should I be looking for and what wage should I expect to start with? I am moving to the Baltimore Maryland area
    Entry level position.

    Seriously, tech school is only the beginning. After school, you will need a couple of years of experience in order to learn what you <think> that you know, and, more importantly, learn what you don't know.

    If you are lucky, you'll get in with a good, experienced tech that can show you the ropes.

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    Like jpsmith said, entry level. Probably in the $10-12 range, depending on who you go to work for. The plus side is that the Baltimore metro area has so much work, you shouldn't have to worry about finding a job there.

    I was born and raised in Baltimore. It's a great city, and if the opportunity presented itself, I would move back in a heartbeat.

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    finding a job has never been a problem since i got into the trade, finding a good job, working for decent peeps that are more concerned with doing a good job rather than how much money came in on the books last month is the tough part. thank god i left in a good way, i love my boss! even if he's a lil hard to deal with sometimes.

    good luck on the job hunt!

    may you find a good job with good peeps!

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    $10 and try to jump right into controls; seriously.
    when life throws me a banjo, i play it

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