Construction involves more than just wearing a hard hat. They’re jobs that require problem-solving abilities and math skills like calculating measurements, weights, and the ability to read blueprints.
Possible career paths include:
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One of the benefits of becoming a construction worker is that you’ll be able to use your licenses and certifications wherever you go across the United States?
Construction jobs are ranked in the top six occupations with the best retirement benefits?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10 percent of all U.S. construction industry workers are female?
Take a Construction Skilled Trades Tour with Tom Daldin at Erhardt Construction.
Tom Daldin talks to children about early curiosities and Skilled Trade jobs in Michigan.
Educational institutions that offer Skilled Trades training and programs.