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We are training our own guys since we can't find any licensed electricians.  And that's working ok, it just takes 2 years for an electrical trainee to get the hours they need to apply for a sign journeyman test (Wa state).  We pay well and have benefits (medical, dental, flexible hours, paid vacation, year end bonus and a great work environment), but there are some people who just don't want to put forth any effort.  Or job hoppers - I would not consider hiring someone who's had 4 different employers in the last 18 months. I received a resume from someone who's had eight different jobs in 18 months - each one lasted about two months.  Job hoppers will leave you in a heartbeat, no loyalty and no concern about the equipment they work with or the company reputation.  

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Installers are impossible to find. Lots of poaching going on between companies. I asked a buddy how many employees he had working for him.

He said about half....

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