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20 Construction Job Types

"The construction industry focuses on the ideation, creation and maintenance of residential, commercial and industrial buildings. They also work on creating and maintaining structures such as roads, bridges and utility systems. While many people may think of the construction industry only as it relates to new construction, professionals within this industry may also work on projects involving additions, remodels, repairs and maintenance of existing buildings and structures."  Indeed lists 20 primary job type in the construction industry: Construction worker Construction inspector Flooring installer Surveyor Glazier (cut / install glass) Tile setter Brick mason Roofer Concrete finisher Ironworker Crane operator Plumber Carpenter Painter Electrician Pipefitter Cost estimator Safety manager Construction manager Civil engineer See the link below for more details about each job description and wages. Indeed Career Guide. Published 2022. Accessed October 31, 2022. https://www.indee

What is high school CTE?

Career and Technical Education (CTE) or vocational training programs teach high school students, especially those at risk of dropping out, job skills needed for specific occupations as they complete their academic coursework.  CTE programs often include apprenticeships, internships or job shadowing outside of school settings. Celebrate skills for the future with CTE resources.

Construction Jobs are In Western NC and Our Event Showcases Many Opportunities

  Construction Career Day Works with many sponsors, will host the WNC Construction Career Day Works Event in 2023 This is an opportunity for students to learn more about the construction industry, the many careers that are in demand, talk with company representatives and participate in hands-on activities. Students will arrive in the morning.  An Industry representative will meet the bus and guide the group to their assigned area. Students will rotate through demonstration and hands-on areas including operating heavy equipment. Please consider participating in this event and showing your support for our industry.  There is no charge to exhibit, provide a hands on/demonstration activity or volunteer. We invite you to support this event in any way that is comfortable to you and your company. This event is totally dependent your participation and sponsorship.