The electrician is an engineer who works with wires and other electrical equipment to install and repair the equipment, while the electrical engineer is an electrical engineer who also installs and repairs electrical equipment.
In both jobs, the goal is to provide service and repair a service.
The differences in the jobs and the skills of the electricians are so important that they were highlighted in a recent report from McKinsey & Co. In the residential electrician, McKinsey found that a graduate of an electrical engineering program would have an average salary of $78,300 a year.
But the residential engineer, in comparison, earned a median salary of just $54,600.
In comparison, the commercial electrical engineer would have a median annual salary of nearly $76,000 a year, and the residential technician would have $53,400 a year — a difference of $1,800.
The difference is that the residential professional would not have to spend much time on the job itself.
They could spend their time with their family or friends, and work from home.
However, it is the electrical engineers who spend the most time on work that requires electrical expertise.
“The residential electrical engineering professional typically has a career of more than 15 years in the field of electrical engineering,” McKinsey’s report states.
“They typically work in multiple engineering fields, including electrical, mechanical, electrical-motor, electrical, environmental, computer-aided design, computer software, and engineering consulting.”
McKinsey says that while the residential electricity engineer might not need to spend as much time in the office as the commercial electricity engineer, “the commercial electric engineer is more likely to be part of the organization and to be in charge of more extensive and complex electrical infrastructure.”
According to McKinsey, the residential residential electrical engineers have an overall lower risk of dying than the commercial engineers.
In addition, the average residential electrical professional has fewer days per year of sick leave than the average commercial electrical professional.
In fact, the McKinsey report states that a residential electric engineer’s sick leave is significantly lower than that of a commercial electric professional, which is likely due to the residential work environment and the fact that residential electrical professionals have a greater variety of jobs than commercial electrical professionals.
What to know about residential electric engineers and commercial electricians The average residential electric professional earns about $71,100 a year More than half of residential electricians work full time, and about half work part time.
The average full-time residential electric contractor works from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and the average part-time commercial electric contractor is from 9:00 a.t. to 3:00 p.t., depending on the location.
However it is not always the same for residential electric and commercial electrical engineers.
McKinsey reports that residential electric contractors work at a higher pace, with a total average work week of 20 hours per week.
However the majority of residential electrical contractors work from 6:00 am to 9:30 pm, while only 5 percent work from 7:00 pm to 10:00pm.
Commercial electrical contractors tend to work from 8 a.f.m to 7:30pm.
The most common occupations of residential and commercial engineers include electrical engineering, computer operations, and electrical contracting.
The majority of both jobs require electrical skills.
McKinays report shows that residential engineers work in engineering, construction, electrical and plumbing, while commercial electrical contractors and residential electrical technicians work in computer, electrical design, and other engineering fields.
The median income for residential engineers is $66,000.
However there is a much smaller gap between residential and residential contractor income, which shows a difference between $31,400 for a residential contractor and $53.2,600 for a commercial contractor.
McKinseys report states the median annual income for the commercial engineer is about $82,500, while for the residential contractor it is $71.2 million.
The salary gap is similar for the two groups of professionals.
According to the McKinseys study, a residential electrical contractor has a median gross hourly income of $56,300, while a residential engineer’s salary is $62,400.
The gap is even smaller for residential technicians, with the average annual salary for a contractor of $51,400 and the median for a technician of just over $54.3, which would equate to a median income of just under $55,000 for residential electrical and residential technicians.
For comparison, an electrical contractor with a minimum of five years of experience earns $80,400, while an electrical technician with five years to five years experience earns just over a million dollars.
Residential electrical engineers and residential contractors tend not to have a high number of years of education, according to McKinseys, so it is difficult to determine if a career is more or less likely to provide the right education for your career goals.
McKinys report states: