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8 Benefits Construction Careers Can Offer You

Did you know there are over 7 million workers in the construction industry in the United States alone? Those workers build nearly $1.4 trillion worth of structures each year, and that number isn’t expected to stop growing any time soon. Even during economic strife, the construction industry has faced a steady incline over the last decade, but...

10 Benefits of Electrical Training for Your Career Prospects
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10 Benefits of Electrical Training for Your Career Prospects

One popular trade to enter is in the electrical field, currently employing over 739,000 workers across the United States (according to the BLS as of September 2021). Electricians are a popular trade for a reason, having positive job prospects, a strong work environment, and generally good opportunities, and potentially the availability of benefits. So, what...

Trade Jobs in the Future
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Trade Jobs in the Future

Automation is a growing concern across all careers. Anything repetitive and easy to replicate is subject to automation, and it could affect up to 800 million people in your lifetime. Luckily, there are still plenty of trade jobs that won’t be falling victim to this fate any time soon. Let’s talk about some trade jobs that aren’t...

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What Role Do Electricians Play in the Green Economy?

According to OurWorldInData, there has only been one year when renewable energy has been on the decline in the past decade. Green energy is on the increase and will need people to build and maintain its infrastructure. But to what level can you find a place in this burgeoning opportunity? This article will describe your...

NECA – Electrical Construction Scholarship Opportunity
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NECA – Electrical Construction Scholarship Opportunity

To our Electrical Students in Fairfield The W. Creighton Schwan Scholarship is sponsored by the Northern California Chapter, National Electrical Contractors Association in memory of the late W. Creighton Schwan who dedicated his life to the electrical industry. Students meeting the following criteria are encouraged to apply: Currently enrolled in a college program at a vocational college, community college,...