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Plumbing Careers


  • Valid Driver's License

  • Resume

  • Authorization to work in the U.S.

  • High School Diploma (Minimum)

  • Background Check

  • 1 Year Experience Required (Minimum)

  • Valid Plumber's Licensed (If applying for Journeymen or Master Plumber)

  • Good verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong trouble shooting abilities

  • Ability to discuss with residential customer all service options

  • Goal oriented and willingness to learn


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Why Become a Plumber?

Plumbing is a fulfilling career that allows you to combine knowledge and innovation with the ability to create and build with your hands. It also offers tremendous benefits and career potential.

On the Job Training:

While many career paths require years of schooling and lots of money, in the field of plumbing you will be trained while on the job – and while making money. Not only do plumbers begin to earn while they are at the apprentice level, they also forgo significant tuition payments and debt from student loans as all of their instruction is hands on and done while on the job. As NYC Mayor Bloomberg pointed out on his radio show:

“Compare a plumber to going to Harvard College — being a plumber, actually for the average person, probably would be a better deal. You don’t spend … four years spending $40,000, $50,000 in tuition without earning income.”


As a plumber, you have great earning potential. The average plumber makes about $51,450/year. With that said, Time Magazine points out that in cities across the US, such as New York, LA, Chicago and Boston, plumbers are in high demand and can make up to $250,000/year!

Opportunity for Career Advancement:

Becoming a plumber offers you amazing earnings potential. It also offers you the potential to carve your own career path, with great opportunities for advancement for hard working individuals. From the starting position of a field technician you can climb the plumbing career ladder to gain more responsibility, begin to manage jobs and individuals, and ultimately make more money. Plumbers can advance from service technicians to installers, operation managers and distribution managers based on their hard work and commitment to their field.

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