Arizona is the sixth largest state by size and fourteenth by population. Arizona was the last of the contiguous continental states to be admitted to the Union, becoming a state in 1912, and the state still has a large Native American population who live in any of 27 federally recognized tribes. There is a large variation in the climate from one part of the state to another, but the state is well known for desert-like geography and its warm “dry” heat. Arizona is currently the second fastest growing state in the country, driven by rapid growth in the Pheonix metropolitan statistical area. It is also a popular retirement destination.
So what’s this got to do with you? Simple! Rapid growth the likes of which Arizona is currently experiencing results in incredible growth in the demand for electricity and the skilled workers who keep it going. If you want to get into a growth career that will lead to great satisfaction and way of life, becoming a licensed electrician is the way to go.
The easiest way to start your electrical career is with an Arizona electrician apprenticeship from Independent Electrical Contractors. There are two Arizona IEC training centers, so contact the one nearest you to get started. What we offer is way more than just classroom instruction. You will learn in a state-of-the-art lab. And you will learn from state-of-the-art instructors.
So how much does it cost to learn at IEC? $10 thousand? $20 thousand? No and no. How about ZERO!
In fact, you will GET PAID while you learn! Compare that to a traditional higher education where students typically leave school tens of thousands of dollars in debt. It’s no contest. There is no better way to create a fantastic career than with an IEC-led Arizona electrician apprenticeship.
Without a doubt, demand for qualified electricians in Arizona is only going to continue to grow. You will begin as an apprentice, but can take your new career as far as you want, all the way up to master electrican or owner of your own company.
Contact the nearest Arizona IEC chapter below.
IEC of Arizona
5024 S. Ash Avenue #109
Tempe, Arizona 85282-6847
Ph: (480) 456-4444
Fax: (480) 388-3311
IEC Southern Arizona
2833 N. Country Club Rd.
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Ph: (520) 795-9473