Job Cancellations

How to Reduce Job Cancellation Rates

Recent study takes inside look at the connection between an electrician’s job price and job cancellation rate.

According to the most recent numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there were close to 666,900 electricians working in the United States in 2016. With a projected growth rate of 9%, if the experts are right, that means the industry will add 59,600 jobs between the years 2016 and 2026. How does this growth for the electrician profession translate into the real world, especially when recruiting, hiring, and retaining electrical professionals has become such a challenge amid the

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