Let us take you on a trip. A guide of some sort, that is filled with educational notes as well as sarcasm along the way. An electrician, you say? We all have seen what they can do and what they offer to our society. It actually is a scary job, you know? Handling all that deadly wire with the potential of dying via the fist of Thor himself. At homes, they fix the wiring and that jazz. There is not much difference to them with a commercial electrician in San Antonio.
So basically, they do the exact same thing a normal electrician does, except they do it in buildings or establishments. They do not cater to residential types because their skills involve bigger things. Fixing the wiring in a company is a lot deadlier than fixing one at home. For one thing, their wiring could be more complicated and potentially hazardous.
Most of them work in groups too, like a company themselves. A team of them will go to your business building and handle the wiring until everything is safe enough to use and progress in work can finally be continued. It can get greatly frustrating when you cannot even earn money just because of faulty wiring, you know.
That being said, of course, hiring these people would require you to have money to pay them afterward. Nothing is free anymore, buddy, and they certainly will not fix the electricity in your company if you are not even willing to pay for it. Their services are for sale and the least you could if pay them.
Not to worry, they are actually really good at their jobs. As they should be, duh. People pay them because of their skill and it is not likely that a company would hire someone incompetent. That is just not how this world works. You have to give back in order to get some. In the words of Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, it is simply equivalent exchange.
Simple, right? Now, only the same thing can be said about handling electrical wires. Do not get us wrong, we are not doubting the skills and talents of these electricians. In fact, we applaud them for their hard work and their knowledge. But it must have been really difficult to learn all of that during college.
But then again, everything learned in college tended to be mind melting. Things that we thought were so simple because it was going to become our future careers were actually a lot more complicated and difficult to learn. Even being a policeman is hard. You do not just shoot or capture criminals, you need to memorize some really important rules and the law too.
Same with being an electrical engineer. There had to be a lot of trial and errors where they electrocuted themselves due to a misjudged calculation or something. It is a miracle that they even still went through with the course. Maybe the thought of getting paid a lot for that kind of job motivated them to keep going?
And to be able to work good enough to get hired by a company? That is really impressive. Those that work in a fairly large business get the money.