In terms of geography, New Jersey is a small state, coming in at number forty six in terms of size. But in terms of people, it’s up there – number eleven in population and number one in population density. For such a small state, a lot of people call New Jersey home. Interestingly, the state in contained completely within the metropolitan statistical areas of New York City and Philladelphia and is a wealthy state, coming in at third for median household income.
Major industries in the state include:
New Jersey has a diverse economy that produces the second highest per capita gross state product in the U.S. at around $55 thousand, as well as the second highest number of millionaires per capita in the U.S. With all that industry, all those people, and those millionaires, there is and will continue to be strong demand for skilled, licensed electricians in New Jersey.
In addition, according to the National Electrical Contractors Association, for every 7,000 electricians who join the field each year, 10,000 retire. Demand for NJ electricians will be strong for many years to come. The key to getting your NJ electrical license is training from Independent Electrical Contractors.
The New Jersey electrical license test covers topics such as:
All of the necessary electrical training, as well as top notch classroom instruction, can be obtained through an apprenticeship with Independent Electrical Contractors.