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$125,440/ year*
Estimated Salary
$125,440
  /  year *
Estimated Salary
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Becoming a Lineman in Delaware

Overview

A lineworker is a tradesman who constructs and maintains electric power transmission, telecommunications lines and distribution lines. A lineworker generally does outdoor installation and maintenance jobs.
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$40,000/yr in Delaware

Tools of the Trade

Skinning Knife
Skinning Knife
Lineman's Pliers
Lineman's Pliers
Block and Tackle
Block and Tackle
Insulated Gloves
Insulated Gloves
Lineman's Hammer
Lineman's Hammer
Folding Rule
Folding Rule
Skinning Knife
Skinning Knife
Lineman's Pliers
Lineman's Pliers
Block and Tackle
Block and Tackle
Insulated Gloves
Insulated Gloves
Lineman's Hammer
Lineman's Hammer

What Linemans Love About Their Trade

New challenges every day.
Using big cool tools.
It's a great lifestyle.

Characteristics

High Paying
Work Indoors
Not Customer Facing
Variety of Tools
Not Hard on Body
Small Teams

Outlook

Advancement PotentialHigh
Are able to work up within their small teams.
Demand ForecastHigh
One of the highest demand trades. Recession proof demand.
Optionality PotentialLow
This trade does not easily transition into others.