A journeyman plumber has generally completed a four- to- five-year plumbing program as an apprentice. The next step is becoming a master plumber, the highest ranking position, which also takes about four to five years. Like all plumbers, journeyman plumbers fix bathroom and kitchen sinks, toilets and leaks in homes and commercial buildings. Journeyman plumbers work indoors and outdoors in all types of weather. These union workers usually earn annual wages with overtime pay.
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