2020 was quite a year. While it has been trying for all of us, it’s also forced good and needed reflection on what we really value, and what we want from life moving forward, both personally and professionally. Coupled with a new year and the new resolutions that come with it, 2021 is sure to be a year of progress, change, and growth.
According to economists, not every young person is right for college, and the option to build a career in the trades may be just the answer for many millennials.
Do you have a college degree?
Anymore, it doesn't really seem to matter, does it?
Maybe you're thinking that it would have been better if you hadn't gone to college; at least you wouldn't have all that debt hanging over your head, making you anxious, forcing you to save money and live with your parents.
Like other students across America, you have probably been told by your teachers, counselors and parents that college is the only way to get a good job.
The truth is, millions of college graduates struggle to find employment in their preferred field.
With the construction industry projected to grow by 5% in 2017, there’s never been a better time to find a career in the building trades. As construction projects increase, so does the demand for highly educated, well-trained workers. If you’re looking for a career that offers long-term employment opportunities, a stable living wage, medical benefits and the chance to grow, now is the time to CONSTRUCT YOUR FUTURE and become a member of the building trades.