What are some electrical jobs?
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A bit of the training and match calculations involved with the jobs are similar, but aside from that, an electrician and electrical technician are very different jobs. The main difference is that an electrician does residential and commercial wiring, installation, repair, designing, fixing electrical problems, while an electrical technician does things such as repairing computers, DVD players, equipment, and various electronics.
The ancient Roman jobs were the same as the jobs today with the exception of today's jobs that require computer or electrical knowledge. The ancient Roman society required just about the same goods and services that we do but they needed many more workers as they had no automation and few labor saving devices.
I don't believe that an associate's degree in electrical engineering is available. I am studying for my bachelor's and would have to say that if there were such a degree, it would probably get you nothing. Even a bachelor's degree is the bottom of the barrel. Go for the Master's or Ph.D. if you are looking to earn a good buck!
The primary contractor is responsible for the entire project and coordinating the efforts of the subcontractors. The subcontractors are responsible for specific trades, such as plumbing, heating, concrete or electrical. General contractors are more like managers and coordinators, but many have a crew of their own and perform some of the subcontract tasks. In most states, it is not legal for a general contractor to perform some of the specialty trade jobs, such as plumbing…