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Vocational Degrees and Programs Offered in Georgia (GA)

Vocational degrees in Georgia are degrees that focus on preparing students for a specific trade. Training can involve manufacturing things, maintenance and repair or offering a personal service. Vocational degrees include three or four year programs resulting in a associate or bachelor's degrees. Students who obtain vocational degrees in Georgia are ready to embark on a specialized job which can be useful within the local community such as roofing, car mechanics, computer repair, cosmetology, welding, plumbing and electrical maintenance.

The value of getting vocational degrees in GA

The U.S. Census Bureau reports as of 2009 the population of Georgia was 9,829,211. According to the Georgia Department of Labor the state of Georgia reports the following number of annual job openings and the annual wages for these vocations between 2010-2011:

  • Carpenters, 270 jobs: Annual wage, $35,700
  • Electricians, 280 jobs: Annual wage, $41,900
  • Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters, 140 jobs: Annual wage, $40,300
  • Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists; 450 jobs: Annual wage, $27,000
  • Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers; 200 jobs: Annual wage, $32,200
  • Massage therapists, 160 jobs: Annual wage, $37,800

Some vocational jobs such as electrician and plumber require a license in the state of Georgia. A license can be obtained when you have passed your formal exam and had two to five years of experience in your vocational field.

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