Construction

Boilermakers

Boilermakers construct, assemble, maintain, and repair stationary steam boilers and boiler house auxiliaries.

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Commercial Divers

Commercial Divers work below the surface of the water, using surface-supplied air or scuba equipment to inspect, repair, remove or install equipment and structures.

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Civil Engineers

Every physical structure or system you come in contact was planned in part by a Civil Engineer. Due to that amount of work, this field will always be in need of new employees. Bachelor and Masters level education is expected to get an engineering job due to the complexity of their projects.

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Carpenters

The need for building new structures and remodeling older ones will never go away. That simple fact means that Carpenters will always be in demand. To be a good carpenter requires a high level of skill and experience in order to ensure what is being built will endure for years.

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Brickmason building a wall

Brickmasons and Blockmasons

Brickmasons and Blockmasons are critical construction jobs that will remain important for many years to come. Masonry is taught at technical schools and often learned through apprenticeships.

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Electrician

If a career as an Electrician seems interesting to you Monroe Career and Technical Institute offers Electrical Technology. The Electrical Technology Program will get you prepared to start a career and get you ahead of the pack.

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Explosive Worker

A job that gets to blow things up! This may sound like a dream job for the inner child, but is important for large scale construction. With recent bills approved to funnel lots of money into infrastructure improvement, the job outlook for this career is dynamite.

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