Is 25 too old to become a firefighter?

You can become a professional firefighter after 30, 40, or even 50 at some fire departments. There are departments that have upper age limits between 28 and 40, while others have no upper age requirements for firefighters. There are usually no upper age limits to be a volunteer firefighter.

Can I be a firefighter at 26?

The minimum age for application is 18, and although some FRS’s do have an upper age limit (this will be listed in the job description in the post) the majority do not.

How old is the average fireman?

The median age of Firefighters is 38.7, and Male employees are generally 0.868 years older than than their Female counterparts.

Is 23 too old to become a firefighter?

You can become a professional firefighter after 30, 40, or even 50 at some fire departments. There are departments that have upper age limits between 28 and 40, while others have no upper age requirements for firefighters. There are usually no upper age limits to be a volunteer firefighter.

Is 40 too old to be a firefighter?

Is there an age limit? There is no age limit to apply. Applicants must hold a current motor vehicle driver’s licence (or equivalent which can be transferred to an Australian licence) when applying.

How much do firefighters make an hour?

How much do firefighters get paid? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average firefighter makes about $50,850 annually or $24.45 per hour.

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How many hours a week does a firefighter work?

NSW firefighters working 24-hour shifts and they’re loving it.

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