Utility Line Work UTILITY LINE WORKER

Utility Line Work

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What is a Utility Line Worker?

Utility line workers service our power lines. They help their neighbors by keeping the lights and phones on, and they assist in disaster recovery all over the country.

How Much Money Do Utility Line Workers Make?

Utility line work is a very profitable career. Starting salaries are typically around $40,000/year and average salaries are $54,000/year. Most line work jobs also come with great benefits.

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Potential Salary80%
80%

Many line workers make over $64,000/year*

Average Salary70%
70%

The average salary for SC line workers is around $54,000

Starting Salary60%
60%

The starting salary for line workers is about $40,000

Degree Requirement90%
90%

Line worker jobs require only a certificate; no degree needed

Time Commitment90%
90%

Earn your Utility Line Worker Certificate in only 1 semester

Job Availability90%
90%

Over 8000 line worker jobs exist in South Carolina

Job Security90%
90%

This career path has an 8% projected growth rate through 2026*

Salary info and other data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and PayScale.com
* Denotes info based on nation-wide statistics

Training

Advanced Utility Line Worker Certificate

16 Credit Hr. (1 Semester)
$42K/Year Starting Salary

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Utility Line Worker Certificate

16 Credit Hr. (1 Semester)
$40K/Year Starting Salary

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