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Plumbers are some of our most important workers. After all, without them we might not have running water, including functioning wastewater systems. Their work is part of our daily lives and we come into contact with plumbing on a near-hourly basis. Becoming a plumber can be difficult and it's a profession that is regulated by state agencies nationwide. There are also loads of educational outlets that fuel the profession and associations that help develop plumbers in their practice.
To become a plumber you do not need to get a bachelor's degree (you do need a high school diploma), yet continuing education can help them develop and maintain their licensure. They can also benefit from academic instruction when they venture out to start their own plumbing enterprise, no matter how big or small. Finally, the plumbing field is one of few professions left that builds from an apprentice system. Plumbers are nothing if not a profession of workers who help to life one another up rather than trying to tear one another down.Search Plumbing Programs
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