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A Booming Industry
There is much more to careers in construction than you may think — from fulfilling work that enables you to see what you’ve accomplished every day to active problem solving with your co-workers and an always changing environment,.
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The following Occupation categories and Wage Ranges are generally dependent on education degree, training and experience.
Higher levels of education and experience will increase competitiveness in attaining both job and higher wages.
Build your future in one of the country’s most important industries
If you haven’t considered the construction industry in your job search, you should know about some of the things that make it a good option, even if you’re not a carpenter.
As the country’s largest industry, more people work in construction than in any other industry.
Construction jobs offer some of the top wages in the market.
Workers in construction change how their city looks and feels and pave the way for the future with their work.
Many employers will help pay for training and support and encourage staff.