A Career as a Plumber

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
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Plumbers are always needed whether the economy is thriving or in a recession. Whether its fixing a clogged sink or installing a sprinkler system in an office building, a trained plumber can always find work. This book guides readers through the career options open to them, the sort of education they will need, and how they can get trained. Related plumbing careers, apprenticeship programs, and how to obtain a license are all presented in detail. In addition, this book is filled with reference information that will aid the reader in pursuing this essential career.
 

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Contents

WHAT DOES A PLUMBER DO?
8
RELATED CAREERS
16
PREPARING TO BE A PLUMBER
24
APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS
32
WORKING AS A PLUMBER
39
GETTING A LICENSE AND BEGINNING A CAREER
54
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Payment has a degree in psychology from Cornell University and a master's degree in elementary education from Wheelock College. She has taught elementary school, worked in book publishing, and worked for a health care company.

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