Anyone work in or around Little Rock? My wife is thinking about applying to a job there so I'm trying to check out Pay and and need for plumbers there.
Any info on the place plumbing wise would be appreciated.
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That would be cool HS, I do mostly service, and mostly commercial and industrial at that. The lic seems about the same as OK. It does make you feel old when you see the masters test Requires 5 years experience and there is nooooooo problem with that in either state I have worked.
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Yeah I know what you mean D.O. about those years of experience back in the early 2000's when I was moving state to state that is what I found just come in and take the test we can tell you are "more" then qualified