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Preparing Youth and Young Adults

For The Electrical Jobs Of The Future 

  1. Solar photovoltaic installers, often called PV installers, assemble, install, or maintain solar panel systems on roofs or other structures. Installers learn this trade by being employed through an apprenticeship training—normally 5 years 

    • Entry-level education: High school diploma or equivalent

    • As of Oct 16, 2019, the average annual pay for a Solar Installer in the United States is $40,896 a year.

    • While ZipRecruiter is seeing annual salaries as high as $61,000 and as low as $22,500, the majority of Solar Installer salaries currently range between $33,000 (25th percentile) to $45,500 (75th percentile) across the United States. The average pay range for a Solar Installer varies little (about $12,500), which suggests that regardless of location, there are not many opportunities for increased pay or advancement, even with several years of experience.

    • Based on recent job postings on ZipRecruiter, the Solar Installer job market in both Columbus, OH and the surrounding area is very active. People working as a Solar Installer in your area are making on average $39,702 per year or $1,194 (3%) less than the national average annual salary of $40,896. Ohio ranks number 33 out of 50 states nationwide for Solar Installer salaries.

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For The Carpentry Jobs Of The Future

  1. ​Carpentry is a skilled trade in which the primary work performed is the cutting, shaping and installation of building materials during the construction of homes, buildings, concrete formwork, etc. Carpenters traditionally work with natural wood and do work such as framing, but today many other materials are also used.  Carpenters learn this trade by being employed through an apprenticeship training—normally 3 years

  2. As of Oct 16, 2019, the average annual pay for the Carpenter jobs category in Ohio is $39,856 a year.

  3. While ZipRecruiter is seeing annual salaries as high as $56,116 and as low as $20,406, the majority of salaries within the Carpenter jobs category currently range between $32,000 (25th percentile) to $45,449 (75th percentile) in Ohio. The average pay range for a Carpenter job varies little (about $13,449), which suggests that regardless of location, there are not many opportunities for increased pay or advancement, even with several years of experience.

  4. Based on recent job postings on ZipRecruiter, the Carpenter job market in both Ohio and the surrounding area is very active. Ohio ranks number 33 out of 50 states nationwide for Carpenter job salaries.

  5. To estimate the most accurate annual salary range for Carpenter jobs, ZipRecruiter continuously scans its database of millions of active jobs published locally throughout America.

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