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Plumbers and Pipefitters: Schools and Careers

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Plumbers And Pipefitters - Career Information

Plumbers and pipefitters assemble, install, maintain and repair pipe systems utilized to transport water, liquids, air and gases. They install plumbing fixtures such as toilets and bathtubs. They also install refrigeration and heating units. Plumbing and pipefitting are regarded as separate trades, however a number of qualified workers have skills in both fields.

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Plumbing and Pipefitting Schools

The Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States and Canada, and the United Association of Journeymen sponsor plumber and pipefitting programs. These five-year apprenticeships take place around the country and combine work in the field with classroom learning. While learning the trade, apprentices will also be employed by a contractor, allowing them to earn wages during the course of their training.

At the relevant point in the course of program, apprentices will choose a specific curriculum to pursue with the aim of becoming a plumber, pipefitter, or other service technician in the industry. Contact your local union to find out about apprenticeship programs in your area. Note that entry into most programs requires candidates have a high school diploma.

Plumber Education Requirements

Most plumbers, pipefitters and steamfitters meet plumber education requirements through jointly administered apprenticeships or from community colleges and technical schools. Apprenticeship programs usually provide the most thorough training for these occupations. Most of these apprenticeship programs are managed jointly by union locals and their affiliated companies or by nonunion contractor organizations.

Most apprenticeships take 4 to 5 years to complete and include paid on-the-job training and include at least 144 hours of classroom learning each year. Subjects taught in classrooms include drafting and blueprint reading, applied physics and chemistry, mathematics, local plumbing codes, and regulations and safety.

Plumber License and Certification

Most states and communities require plumber training which leads to licensure. Although licensing requirement vary, most localities require workers to have two to five years of experience along with passing an examination that tests their knowledge of local plumbing codes and their knowledge of the trade before they are allowed to work independently. In a few states, pipefitters need to be licensed. A special license is required in several states to work on gas lines.

The Plumbing-Heating Cooling Contractors-National Association in partnership with the GreenPlumbers USA train and certify plumbers all over the nation on energy efficiency and water saving technologies. This certification can help workers trained in this area to acquire more jobs and advance in their careers more quickly.

Resources for Plumbers and Pipefitters

Sources:

  1. The Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters, http://www.bls.gov/ooh/construction-and-extraction/plumbers-pipefitters-and-steamfitters.htm
  2. The United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry, http://www.ua.org/

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Metro Areas Rated for Popularity for:
Plumbers and Pipefitters

Listed below are metro areas ranked by the popularity of jobs for Plumbers and Pipefitters relative to the population of the city, as of 2008. Salary data was obtained from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

A Relative Popularity of 1.0 means that the city has an average number of the particular job, for its population, compared to the rest of the US. Higher numbers mean proportionally more jobs of that type.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Metro Area Jobs Salary
(2013)
Relative
Popularity

Alabama

     
Anniston 50 $39520 0.4
Oxford 50 $39520 0.4
Jacksonville 50 $39520 0.4
Auburn 80 $35470 0.5
Opelika 80 $35470 0.5
Florence 200 $56460 1.36
Muscle Shoals 200 $56460 1.36
Gadsden 0 $32010 0
Huntsville 580 $38510 0.95
Daphne 190 $36580 1.02
Fairhope 190 $36580 1.02
Foley 190 $36580 1.02
Decatur 190 $37190 1.31
Dothan 0 $39270 0
Birmingham 1540 $42100 1.08
Hoover 1540 $42100 1.08
Mobile 920 $42350 1.9
Montgomery 430 $35990 0.93
Tuscaloosa 260 $43930 0.91

Alaska

     
Anchorage 980 $66030 1.95
Fairbanks 460 $71600 4.24

Arizona

     
Flagstaff 190 $44960 1.15
Phoenix 5600 $48090 1.05
Mesa 5600 $48090 1.05
Scottsdale 5600 $48090 1.05
Prescott 0 $47130 0
Lake Havasu City 110 $41610 0.87
Kingman 110 $41610 0.87
Sierra Vista 60 $40060 0.59
Douglas 60 $40060 0.59
Tucson 740 $39940 0.74
Yuma 60 $19630 0.35

Arkansas

     
Hot Springs 60 $29800 0.55
Jonesboro 130 $33580 0.86
Pine Bluff 50 $35810 0.61
Little Rock 890 $39710 0.93
North Little Rock 890 $39710 0.93
Conway 890 $39710 0.93

California

     
Bakersfield 480 $47650 0.57
Fresno 850 $52060 0.88
Hanford 60 $58670 0.53
Corcoran 60 $58670 0.53
Chico 300 $37770 1.48
El Centro 110 $41770 0.71
Oxnard 790 $46720 0.94
Thousand Oaks 790 $46720 0.94
Ventura 790 $46720 0.94
Redding 120 $56140 0.71
Riverside 3750 $49570 1.01
San Bernardino 3750 $49570 1.01
Ontario 3750 $49570 1.01
Sacramento 2270 $50830 0.91
Roseville 2270 $50830 0.91
Arden 2270 $50830 0.91
Arcade 2270 $50830 0.91
Salinas 210 $58490 0.45
Los Angeles 11480 $52730 0.72
Long Beach 11480 $52730 0.72
Anaheim 11480 $52730 0.72
Madera 60 $40120 0.53
Merced 190 $44740 1.05
Modesto 480 $39680 1.01
Napa 0 $57320 0
San Diego 3990 $54530 1.04
Carlsbad 3990 $54530 1.04
Santa Cruz 230 $58570 0.92
Watsonville 230 $58570 0.92
Santa Maria 400 $59620 0.77
Santa Barbara 400 $59620 0.77
Santa Rosa 560 $53410 1.05
San Francisco 6170 $66170 0.99
Oakland 6170 $66170 0.99
Hayward 6170 $66170 0.99
Stockton 280 $53110 0.44
Lodi 280 $53110 0.44
San Jose 2490 $60520 0.87
Sunnyvale 2490 $60520 0.87
Santa Clara 2490 $60520 0.87
Vallejo 410 $64100 1.15
Fairfield 410 $64100 1.15
Visalia 370 $57990 0.92
Porterville 370 $57990 0.92
Yuba City 120 $74690 1.13
San Luis Obispo 560 $47440 1.79
Paso Robles 560 $47440 1.79
Arroyo Grande 560 $47440 1.79

Colorado

     
Fort Collins 780 $50060 1.89
Grand Junction 230 $51140 1.37
Greeley 570 $45200 2.01
Boulder 260 $47680 0.54
Colorado Springs 890 $42720 1.21
Denver 3980 $48100 1.02
Aurora 3980 $48100 1.02
Lakewood 3980 $48100 1.02
Pueblo 110 $53500 0.7

Connecticut

     
Hartford 2000 $57990 1.22
West Hartford 2000 $57990 1.22
East Hartford 2000 $57990 1.22
New Haven 860 $65840 1.09
Waterbury 220 $49950 1.15
Bridgeport 920 $52170 0.77
Stamford 920 $52170 0.77
Norwalk 920 $52170 0.77
Danbury 170 $67270 0.76

Delaware

     
Dover 120 $53190 0.7

Florida

     
Gainesville 400 $42980 1.12
Homosassa Springs 240 $29800 2.73
Jacksonville 1840 $40380 1.04
Cape Coral 750 $38620 1.12
Fort Myers 750 $38620 1.12
Crestview 220 $35010 0.78
Fort Walton Beach 220 $35010 0.78
Destin 220 $35010 0.78
Deltona 570 $35570 1.1
Daytona Beach 570 $35570 1.1
Ormond Beach 570 $35570 1.1
Orlando 2410 $34730 0.76
Kissimmee 2410 $34730 0.76
Sanford 2410 $34730 0.76
Palm Bay 600 $38810 1.07
Melbourne 600 $38810 1.07
Titusville 600 $38810 1.07
Panama City 450 $23830 1.99
Pensacola 510 $37660 1.1
Ferry Pass 510 $37660 1.1
Brent 510 $37660 1.1
Port St. Lucie 530 $40670 1.41
Punta Gorda 100 $36140 0.85
Lakeland 660 $34750 1.14
Winter Haven 660 $34750 1.14
Miami 5210 $39810 0.75
Fort Lauderdale 5210 $39810 0.75
West Palm Beach 5210 $39810 0.75
Naples 580 $37980 1.55
Immokalee 580 $37980 1.55
Marco Island 580 $37980 1.55
North Port 920 $36780 1.19
Sarasota 920 $36780 1.19
Bradenton 920 $36780 1.19
Ocala 0 $35970 0
Sebastian 0 $44210 0
Vero Beach 0 $44210 0
Sebring 120 $25180 1.68
Tallahassee 330 $33900 0.74
Tampa 3020 $36810 0.88
St. Petersburg 3020 $36810 0.88
Clearwater 3020 $36810 0.88
The Villages 150 $55590 2.19

Georgia

     
Albany 160 $36840 0.97
Athens 110 $41140 0.49
Clarke County 110 $41140 0.49
Atlanta 4740 $44260 0.67
Sandy Springs 4740 $44260 0.67
Roswell 4740 $44260 0.67
Gainesville 170 $48180 0.78
Hinesville 0 $48840 0
Brunswick 80 $61900 0.69
Dalton 0 $43780 0
Rome 70 $54080 0.69
Macon 200 $29520 0.74
Savannah 280 $50370 0.6
Valdosta 100 $31080 0.69
Warner Robins 160 $47090 0.81

Hawaii

     
Kahului 320 $60830 1.55
Wailuku 320 $60830 1.55
Lahaina 320 $60830 1.55
Urban Honolulu 1640 $62810 1.27

Idaho

     
Idaho Falls 180 $42440 1.06
Boise City 860 $52660 1.06
Coeur d'Alene 0 $33590 0
Pocatello 110 $45420 1.14

Illinois

     
Bloomington 280 $69670 1.05
Carbondale 180 $52260 1.23
Marion 180 $52260 1.23
Champaign 310 $78700 1.1
Urbana 310 $78700 1.1
Danville 60 $65430 0.71
Decatur 260 $62090 1.9
Peoria 610 $70910 1.22
Rockford 290 $84300 0.69
Kankakee 70 $49110 0.58
Springfield 380 $74100 1.24

Indiana

     
Fort Wayne 870 $63010 1.47
Bloomington 360 $54990 1.88
Indianapolis 3640 $53550 1.29
Carmel 3640 $53550 1.29
Anderson 3640 $53550 1.29
Columbus 70 $72690 0.51
Elkhart 490 $56030 1.4
Goshen 490 $56030 1.4
Lafayette 140 $55760 0.56
West Lafayette 140 $55760 0.56
Michigan City 140 $61590 1.25
La Porte 140 $61590 1.25
Muncie 0 $45730 0
Terre Haute 320 $72980 1.69

Iowa

     
Ames 80 $45320 0.63
Iowa City 320 $50980 1.26
Cedar Rapids 700 $52710 1.75
Des Moines 830 $54000 0.85
West Des Moines 830 $54000 0.85
Dubuque 80 $49820 0.46
Waterloo 190 $39210 0.73
Cedar Falls 190 $39210 0.73

Kansas

     
Lawrence 50 $47620 0.38
Manhattan 170 $45770 1.57
Topeka 210 $46420 0.67
Wichita 570 $44910 0.68

Kentucky

     
Bowling Green 180 $41360 0.91
Elizabethtown 240 $46470 1.6
Fort Knox 240 $46470 1.6
Owensboro 220 $41240 1.59
Lexington 590 $62610 0.78
Fayette 590 $62610 0.78

Louisiana

     
Alexandria 320 $41840 1.81
Baton Rouge 3260 $46900 2.94
Hammond 80 $35100 0.67
Houma 620 $45480 2.24
Thibodaux 620 $45480 2.24
Lafayette 790 $44720 1.28
Lake Charles 1320 $48770 4.81
Monroe 190 $43420 0.88
New Orleans 1890 $47270 1.19
Metairie 1890 $47270 1.19
Shreveport 710 $47860 1.37
Bossier City 710 $47860 1.37

Maine

     
Lewiston 200 $48340 1.42
Auburn 200 $48340 1.42
Portland 590 $49120 1.05
South Portland 590 $49120 1.05
Bangor 180 $50930 1

Maryland

     
Baltimore 4840 $51040 1.3
Columbia 4840 $51040 1.3
Towson 4840 $51040 1.3
California 70 $37600 0.54
Lexington Park 70 $37600 0.54

Massachusetts

     
Leominster 0 $83440 0
Gardner 0 $83440 0
New Bedford 160 $71920 0.89
Pittsfield 170 $59680 1.5
Barnstable Town 470 $54230 1.65

Michigan

     
Ann Arbor 330 $66210 0.55
Battle Creek 140 $42600 0.9
Bay City 130 $37510 1.34
Flint 610 $67530 1.59
Grand Rapids 1600 $45760 1.08
Wyoming 1600 $45760 1.08
Jackson 100 $56330 0.57
Detroit 4500 $67490 0.83
Warren 4500 $67490 0.83
Dearborn 4500 $67490 0.83
Saginaw 170 $62640 0.71
Lansing 330 $59820 0.56
East Lansing 330 $59820 0.56
Kalamazoo 710 $65640 1.85
Portage 710 $65640 1.85
Midland 320 $48410 3.14
Monroe 130 $67860 1.22
Muskegon 0 $41230 0
Niles 0 $32590 0
Benton Harbor 0 $32590 0

Minnesota

     
Rochester 510 $68800 1.6
St. Cloud 550 $53540 1.93
Mankato 110 $60310 0.79
North Mankato 110 $60310 0.79

Mississippi

     
Gulfport 1190 $48680 2.87
Biloxi 1190 $48680 2.87
Pascagoula 1190 $48680 2.87
Hattiesburg 190 $41030 1.13
Jackson 500 $33850 0.68

Missouri

     
Jefferson City 240 $50060 1.21
Columbia 320 $44490 1.26
Joplin 180 $50200 0.83
Springfield 520 $48470 0.92

Montana

     
Great Falls 0 $48360 0
Billings 460 $66480 1.91
Missoula 180 $51880 1.12

Nebraska

     
Grand Island 60 $37710 0.51
Lincoln 510 $53590 1.05

Nevada

     
Reno 670 $47130 1.15
Las Vegas 2720 $47640 1.06
Henderson 2720 $47640 1.06
Paradise 2720 $47640 1.06

New Hampshire

     
Manchester 540 $52710 1.76

New Jersey

     
Atlantic City 210 $60690 0.59
Hammonton 210 $60690 0.59
Ocean City 210 $39730 1.88
Trenton 270 $83460 0.43
Vineland 240 $58310 1.4
Bridgeton 240 $58310 1.4

New Mexico

     
Albuquerque 1350 $45830 1.27
Farmington 160 $37020 1.13
Las Cruces 260 $30870 1.33
Santa Fe 130 $43200 0.75

New York

     
Albany 1410 $67820 1.13
Schenectady 1410 $67820 1.13
Troy 1410 $67820 1.13
Glens Falls 110 $44320 0.73
Ithaca 70 $66560 0.5
Buffalo 1620 $57150 1.05
Cheektowaga 1620 $57150 1.05
Niagara Falls 1620 $57150 1.05
Binghamton 240 $50540 0.84
Elmira 100 $59740 0.97
Rochester 1540 $54980 1.06
Syracuse 1020 $53000 1.2
Utica 130 $46030 0.38
Rome 130 $46030 0.38
Watertown 70 $60810 0.63
Fort Drum 70 $60810 0.63

North Carolina

     
Asheville 300 $40860 0.58
Fayetteville 320 $41670 0.91
Greensboro 580 $39720 0.58
High Point 580 $39720 0.58
Greenville 220 $29970 1.03
Hickory 170 $35180 0.4
Lenoir 170 $35180 0.4
Morganton 170 $35180 0.4
Jacksonville 190 $41410 1.44
Burlington 140 $42200 0.88
Durham 410 $44850 0.5
Chapel Hill 410 $44850 0.5
Raleigh 1470 $44450 0.92
Rocky Mount 130 $38950 0.85
New Bern 90 $45090 0.71
Winston 400 $38490 0.55
Salem 400 $38490 0.55

North Dakota

     
Bismarck 160 $54740 0.74

Ohio

     
Akron 740 $43210 0.8
Canton 790 $45040 1.68
Massillon 790 $45040 1.68
Cleveland 2200 $53700 0.76
Elyria 2200 $53700 0.76
Columbus 2210 $49010 0.78
Dayton 900 $51700 0.86
Lima 100 $36600 0.72
Mansfield 110 $57200 0.78
Springfield 70 $65630 0.54
Toledo 0 $71840 0

Oklahoma

     
Lawton 100 $38180 0.83
Oklahoma City 2460 $44870 1.42
Tulsa 1330 $47180 1.08

Oregon

     
Albany 160 $80030 1.34
Bend 210 $61940 1.06
Redmond 210 $61940 1.06
Corvallis 60 $59520 0.59
Eugene 380 $61150 0.92
Salem 310 $61990 0.69
Medford 0 $88750 0

Pennsylvania

     
Altoona 120 $47320 0.74
Gettysburg 80 $50530 0.87
Bloomsburg 40 $37710 0.35
Berwick 40 $37710 0.35
Harrisburg 910 $42910 1.02
Carlisle 910 $42910 1.02
Johnstown 100 $42580 0.66
Chambersburg 70 $49860 0.4
Waynesboro 70 $49860 0.4
East Stroudsburg 80 $37210 0.54
Erie 360 $50930 0.98
Pittsburgh 3420 $61070 1.06
Reading 440 $59740 0.92
Lancaster 920 $43810 1.4
Lebanon 170 $39560 1.21
Scranton 520 $44230 0.71
Wilkes 520 $44230 0.71
Barre 520 $44230 0.71
Hazleton 520 $44230 0.71
State College 160 $43940 0.83
Williamsport 150 $38290 1.01
York 540 $50520 1.08
Hanover 540 $50520 1.08

Puerto Rico

     
Aguadilla 50 $18200 0.44
Isabela 50 $18200 0.44
Arecibo 30 $19050 0.4
Ponce 80 $19230 0.44
San Juan 510 $19380 0.26
Carolina 510 $19380 0.26
Caguas 510 $19380 0.26

South Carolina

     
Florence 90 $41770 0.4
Greenville 1100 $41600 1
Anderson 1100 $41600 1
Mauldin 1100 $41600 1
Hilton Head Island 270 $40930 1.38
Bluffton 270 $40930 1.38
Beaufort 270 $40930 1.38
Charleston 640 $44190 0.71
North Charleston 640 $44190 0.71
Columbia 650 $43950 0.63
Spartanburg 260 $41410 0.65
Sumter 170 $0 1.67

South Dakota

     
Rapid City 150 $44880 0.82
Sioux Falls 400 $46310 0.95

Tennessee

     
Jackson 0 $44130 0
Johnson City 100 $47830 0.45
Cleveland 0 $62840 0
Knoxville 750 $39950 0.7
Morristown 50 $44030 0.43
Nashville 1630 $48460 0.65
Davidson 1630 $48460 0.65
Murfreesboro 1630 $48460 0.65
Franklin 1630 $48460 0.65

Texas

     
Abilene 320 $45010 1.71
Amarillo 440 $45360 1.36
Austin 2560 $44730 0.97
Round Rock 2560 $44730 0.97
Houston 12650 $49250 1.52
The Woodlands 12650 $49250 1.52
Sugar Land 12650 $49250 1.52
Beaumont 870 $53790 1.85
Port Arthur 870 $53790 1.85
Brownsville 160 $29270 0.41
Harlingen 160 $29270 0.41
College Station 380 $38210 1.32
Bryan 380 $38210 1.32
Corpus Christi 570 $44770 1.06
Dallas 8500 $43310 0.91
Fort Worth 8500 $43310 0.91
Arlington 8500 $43310 0.91
El Paso 1080 $33750 1.3
San Angelo 80 $42070 0.63
San Antonio 1950 $44880 0.73
New Braunfels 1950 $44880 0.73
Laredo 150 $35670 0.55
Longview 760 $32740 2.71
Lubbock 400 $43230 1.03
McAllen 360 $30860 0.52
Edinburg 360 $30860 0.52
Mission 360 $30860 0.52
Midland 320 $38290 1.2
Killeen 230 $39350 0.6
Temple 230 $39350 0.6
Odessa 340 $40710 1.57
Sherman 90 $39110 0.77
Denison 90 $39110 0.77
Tyler 260 $37410 0.95
Victoria 90 $44990 0.72
Waco 310 $40720 1.01
Wichita Falls 160 $45250 0.99

Utah

     
Provo 1170 $51710 1.99
Orem 1170 $51710 1.99
St. George 160 $37200 0.97
Salt Lake City 2480 $52320 1.33
Ogden 990 $46720 1.49
Clearfield 990 $46720 1.49

Vermont

     
Burlington 490 $51660 1.44
South Burlington 490 $51660 1.44

Virginia

     
Blacksburg 210 $38430 1.1
Christiansburg 210 $38430 1.1
Radford 210 $38430 1.1
Harrisonburg 210 $42460 1.25
Charlottesville 220 $41440 0.73
Richmond 1810 $47790 1.03
Roanoke 430 $35860 1.01
Lynchburg 0 $40280 0
Staunton 0 $26410 0
Waynesboro 0 $26410 0

Washington

     
Bremerton 980 $52010 4.18
Silverdale 980 $52010 4.18
Bellingham 410 $129970 1.77
Mount Vernon 150 $61040 1.14
Anacortes 150 $61040 1.14
Kennewick 390 $64770 1.34
Richland 390 $64770 1.34
Olympia 0 $47890 0
Tumwater 0 $47890 0
Seattle 5830 $64640 1.13
Tacoma 5830 $64640 1.13
Bellevue 5830 $64640 1.13
Spokane 450 $50290 0.72
Spokane Valley 450 $50290 0.72
Walla Walla 0 $73040 0
Wenatchee 110 $46410 0.89
Yakima 60 $52080 0.25

West Virginia

     
Beckley 170 $33850 1.37
Charleston 360 $46960 1.1
Parkersburg 100 $42590 0.84
Vienna 100 $42590 0.84
Morgantown 70 $33350 0.37

Wisconsin

     
Appleton 940 $68400 2.74
Fond du Lac 210 $66710 1.63
Green Bay 470 $69930 0.98
Janesville 100 $43280 0.55
Beloit 100 $43280 0.55
Eau Claire 110 $69500 0.46
Oshkosh 140 $73050 0.54
Neenah 140 $73050 0.54
Racine 120 $53990 0.56
Madison 1120 $77630 1.06
Milwaukee 1620 $74860 0.68
Waukesha 1620 $74860 0.68
West Allis 1620 $74860 0.68
Sheboygan 90 $68900 0.56
Wausau 210 $52800 1.09

Wyoming

     
Casper 250 $47420 2.05
Cheyenne 210 $43680 1.58
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Most Popular Industries (as of 2008) for:
Plumbers and Pipefitters

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Industry Jobs Percent Salary
(2008)
Construction Trades 323,760 74% $45,290
Construction 20,680 4% $47,480
Civil Engineering 17,730 4% $44,240
Government 17,630 4% $45,920
Automotive And Vehicle Manufacturing 10,160 2% $51,860
Utilities 8,340 1% $53,610
Office Services And Staffing 7,690 1% $39,160
Education 6,100 1% $48,030
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