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Old 12-11-2009, 09:04 PM   #1
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i'm in the process of getting my connecticut e-2 unlimited electrical journeymans license.

i'm taking my exam soon,

my question is: once i get this license can i work on my own?

or do i have to work under a contractor?

i also have a mass license and i can pull permits,

but need a masters to hire , is conn. similiar?

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Have you looked into whether you can get insurance and bonding?

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Have you looked into whether you can get insurance and bonding?
i have insurance, and 2million liability
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