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    Confused new guy

    Hey everybody I am looking to relocate to Dallas, TX and was wondering what I need to work for a contractor as far as license, etc..... I've read online about having to register with the State but is that all I need to do, i have been out in the Field for about 10yrs and graduated from Lincoln Tech and attended several Training Classes over the past ten years. I am also in the Union and was wondering if anybody can tell me what the pay scale is in the dallas area.

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    Denver, CO
    Welcome to the board. I don't know about Dallas but it's up to $31.89 an hour here in Denver. I wouldn't think Dallas would be that far off.

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    houston, texas
    Texas isn't a huge union state, not sure what you'll get in Dallas but welcome to the site and welcome to Texas.
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