What is the best way to get a job in construction? My fiance has worked at the same job for five years as a manager in grocery. He is in the airforce as a reserve. He wants to learn a trade or skill that is in high demand and of course wants to make more money. He wants to work hard and make good money. How do you get your foot in the door at construction companies (any type) so you can start to learn trades and skills?
Asked By: carefulbutcuriouskitty - 4/11/2007
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Answered By: jim m - 4/11/2007
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Well, to be honest it takes alot of hard work to even get someone to notice you when you get hired on. I worked construction for 25 years and there are so many that are there for just the money it is sad. But if you are a well liked hard working indvidual the lead man should take you under his wing and help you move... More
Answered By: halfshy - 4/11/2007
First of all decide what type of construction work you want to get involved in... More
Answered By: sm_london - 4/11/2007
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