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Written by Kacie Goff As an electrical professional in Pennsylvania, you face a somewhat complex situation While other states have one set licensing process for all electrical pros, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) handles things differently.Read more
Written by Kacie Goff Maybe you call it your electrical license, your master license, or your contractor license But whatever you call the license that allows you to legally work as an electrician in the state of Ohio, the odds are that you want to keep it current.Read more
Written by Kacie Goff In North Dakota, you want to make sure you stay on top of renewing your electrical license If you miss the deadline, you’ll have to pay a reinstatement fee, which will literally double the amount you owe in order to maintain your license.Read more
Written by Kacie Goff The South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation’s Electrical Commission issues a variety of different electrical licenses, but the renewal process is more or less the same for each of them That’s not necessarily to say that it’s straightforward, though.Read more
Written by Kacie Goff In Vermont, the Department of Public Safety oversees the Division of Fire Safety, which oversees licensing for electricians through the State Electrical Safety program That might feel like a lot of roads to navigate to get what you need, but it’s non-negotiable.Read more