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Aspiring plumbers normally start as apprentices and advance to journeymen after attaining the state-mandated years of on-the-job experience. The highest level is the master plumber, which requires experience as a journeyman plumber. (chorn) It seems like a lot of work trying to become a master but it is worth it in the long run. In construction there system is not like the plumbing system it does not have an apprenticeship or masters it is more like you learn as you go and once you have learn a lot more you get payed more and can do a lot more than what you would start out