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 How many on-the-job hours are required for an electrician license?

Answer According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, most electricians complete a four-year paid apprenticeship program. Each year requires roughly 2,000 hours of on-the-ob experience and 144 hours of... Read More »
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How many CE hours are required for EMTs?

The required continuing education (CE) hours for an emergency medical technician (EMT) are 24 hours. Within the 24-hour requirements, it can take from one hour up to eight hours to cover a required... Read More »
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How many hours are required for an associate's degree?

Associate degrees involve 60 to 90 course hours to complete depending on the university and the area of study. It is equivalent to about half the time it would take to earn a bachelor's degree.Refe... Read More »
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How many hours are required between work shifts?

No federal laws limit the hours per day for workers over the age of 18. Because there is no limit on how much employees can work, there is no national requirement for the duration of breaks betwee... Read More »
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How many hours are required to work as a 3rd grade teacher?

A typical third-grade teacher works approximately 36 hours in the classroom and at least an additional eight or nine hours to grade papers, create lesson plans, attend meetings and supervise extrac... Read More »
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