FEELING UNSURE ABOUT WHAT COMES AFTER HIGH SCHOOL?
It’s OKAY to feel uncertain.
WANT TO BE SUCCESSFUL AND EARN GOOD MONEY, BUT WONDER HOW?
Consider your talents and your passion.
FEELING LIKE EVERYONE ELSE IS PLANNING FOR COLLEGE?
Rest assured that college isn’t for everyone…
But Success is!
A SUCCESSFUL CAREER DOESN’T REQUIRE A COLLEGE EDUCATION
Yep, we said it. (It’s okay to tell your parents!)
Careers in construction actually pay just as much, or even more, than those with a college degree. In fact, many of today’s fastest growing jobs in the country are in the construction industry!
It pays to work in construction
Here is a sampling of starting hourly rates in the construction industry.
Which Path Will You Take?
Consider Choosing a Trade Instead of College.
Work with your hands, problem-solve or be a leader. The construction industry has something for everyone.
All you need is an appetite for learning and a willingness to roll up your sleeves!
LET US BE YOUR GUIDE
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These Build-Pride Professionals Were Once Just Like You
27-Year-Old Spencer Unruh is now a project manager at Mahaney Roofing Company.
“I think other people should get into construction because it’s great to see what you can do with your hands at the end of the day. Somebody is always needing something rebuilt, somebody is always needing something done. There’s always a need for construction.”
43-Year-Old Ruben Mendoza works as a foreman for Hi-Tech Interiors.
“I used to work in a factory. I didn’t like working there simply because they were doing the same thing over and over again. In the construction industry, it’s a lot different. I wanted to be a Foreman because of the pace. I also wanted to be more on the leadership side so I could help other people.”
20-Year-Old Molly McCune enjoys being a carpenter at Zernco Inc.
“The biggest surprise to me has been the acceptingness in the construction field. Being a woman in construction is not the typical thing that you see at all. I came in completely blind with no construction experience, but they were really good about taking me in really slowly and introducing me to everything that I would need to know.”