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My current employer is asking me to obtain my C10 so he can pursue some small electrical work. He is currently a C7 contractor and been in business for 22 years. I have the experience and have been wanting to get my license for a while. I have even taken the class at CSLS although I did not test yet. I am seeking advise from some more experienced contractors. He is offering to pay for this as well. I understand that I can RME or RMO this but what exactly does this entail? What type of salary should I ask for? Any advise is appreciated. Thanks!!
 

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By all means get the license. You will then be more marketable in the future and able to branch out on your own some day. Plus as a RME you can keep your license and pull the RME when or if it becomes time to move on.

All you have to do when leaving is to send in a Disassociation request to the license board.
 
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