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Seeking: High School Graduates. Electric power utility HR managers can tap into an excellent pool of next-gen workers from these young graduates. Check out numbers 3, 4, & 24.

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Dr. Amal Khashab on Jul 22, 2021

I went through all job descriptions , found that large numbers need experience such as power plants operation and electricity distribution as well as water and waste water treatment plants. My question is : Do high school provide these experience along syllabus? Are they classified as technical, commercial and general high school s?

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PJ Davis on Jul 22, 2021

Good question Dr Khashab! Do you mind posting in on the HR community Question board?

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