Yes if they work for a licensed Master plumber in NYS
No, each state has their own codes for qualification as a licensed plumber. If they are license in both NJ and NY, yes.
5 year apprenticeship then work for a Master plumber for 5 years then take the 4 part written and practical tests The normal NYC apprenticeship is 10,000 and 744 closs room studies
No because the NJ codes are very lax when it comes to codes thus a NYC master plumber is actually over qualified to work in NJ and NJ wants to keep a limit on how many LMPs there are
By passing a battery of tests practical and written after proving you have at least 7 years in the profession.
In order to become a licensed master plumber in New York, you need to pass an exam and pay a fee. Plumbers operating in Nassau County, are licensed by the city in which they operate.
For a NYC Union plumber who has completed his/her apprenticeship successfully, the wage is 46 dollars and change an hour.
Yes, medical assistants need CPR certification in order to work in the state of New York.
£50- that is what i charge myself
Generally, unemployment benefits are paid by the state in which you worked. If you live in Connecticut and work in New York you most likely collect unemployment benefits from the state of New York.
New York City Master Chorale was created in 2005.
It is New York State or the state of New York.
The "liable state" where the employer pays his unemployment taxes to is where you claim, in this case New York
The address of the Museum Master Int is: 26 E 64Th St, New York, NY 10065
The web address of the Museum Master Int is: http://www.museummasters.com
New York is the name of the state. The City of New York (New York City) is in the state of New York.