As an electrical power line worker, you will work for electrical or phone companies by raising and maintaining utility poles. You will work on ladders, hydraulic lifts or in confined spaces to install wiring, electric cabelling, transformers and other forms of wiring. Usually electrical power line workers need to work in pretty rough terrain, especially when installing new power lines through the bush.
WHAT YOU NEED:
To become an electrical power line worker, you will require a government regulated apprenticeship, a college electrical technology course and serveral years of experience in the trade.
$43,000 to $45,000