How to find entry level concrete type work?
I have looked everywhere for concrete labor and I can't find anywhere where they are willing to hire entry level. I have never done concrete, but am hoping to see how it goes and learn the trade and maybe one day IF I like the business make my own company. Problem is that nobody wants an entry level worker in this type of work. How do I get my "feet wet" in this field???
Asked By: Jones - 5/25/2011
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Go here http://www.opcmia.org/ it's the Cement Masons Union Find your local CM union. Apply for the apprenticeship program. They will train you AND find you a job,.
Answered By: Pat - 5/25/2011
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with no prior experience, you have no chance - you would at least need to go to trade school and learn to do it or once the housing industry does pick up - join a union as an apprentice and learn on the job... More
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