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General prevailing wage apprentice schedules: 2006-1 apprentice schedules

General prevailing wage determinations
made by the director of industrial relations

Pursuant to California Labor Code part 7,
chapter 1, article 2, sections 1770, 1773, and 1773.1

To locate a particular apprentice craft or classification's prevailing wage schedule, please follow the six steps in the table below:

Step one


First examine if your craft's apprentice schedule is among the basic trades that apply to most counties in California.

Step two (A)

Northern California

If you have not found your craft in step one, check this area to see if your craft's apprentice schedule is one of Northern California's basic trades.

Step two (B)

Southern California

If you have not found your craft in step one, check this area to see if your craft's apprentice schedule is one of Southern California's basic trades.

Step three

San Diego

After following steps one and two (B), examine this area if your project is in San Diego County.

Step four

County schedules (subtrades)

If you have not found your craft in steps 1, 2, or 3, choose the county where work is being performed to examine the subtrades.  Download all counties (ZIP 615 KB). HTML format.

Step five

Important notices

Check the Important Notices to see if any corrections, interims, or modifications have been issued that may apply to your determination.

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To ensure that you are able to view all current prevailing wage determinations and current holiday, scope of work, and travel and subsistence provisions, you must have a copy of Adobe Acrobat and a copy of Microsoft Excel .  If you do not have the programs necessary to open these files, you can obtain the free Reader and Viewer programs below:

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If you cannot find a job classification needed to execute a contract in the Director's general prevailing wage determinations, please contact the Division of Labor Statistics and Research, Prevailing Wage Unit, P.O. Box 420603, San Francisco, CA  94142, (415) 703-4774.  Because it may necessitate a wage survey, you should allow 45 days prior to the bid advertisement date for such request. Include in your request the project name or bid number, the classifications needed, job description if available, the bid advertisement date, and location of the project(s).