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Examples of occupations licensed in many states include: teachers, land surveyors, doctors, lawyers, cosmetologists, nurses, building contractors, counselors, therapists, and electricians. To obtain a license you must demonstrate that you meet state standards for that career.
Occupational licensing, also called occupational licensure, is a form of government regulation requiring a license to pursue a particular profession or vocation for compensation. Often only market entry as a self-employed is restricted to licensed professionals.
California. In general, California requires a license for jobs exceeding $500 whether on a single project or on multiple projects totaling this amount. Pros may need to take an examination for licensure depending on their status.
Basically, licensure is as it sounds that is, it is proof that you are licensed to work in your profession. Unlike certification, licensure is a legal designation, with a clear set of requirements for each vocation. That means if you don't have the right level of licensure for your job, you may be fined.
In the United States, professional licenses are usually issued by state agencies, having as a requirement the university title for that profession. As for the professional license, In the United States, the state governments have jurisdiction for issuing most professional licenses to individuals and corporations.
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