The construction industry needs young applicants

One local company says that there will always be a need for new workers in the construction field.

Posted: Sep 10, 2019 11:13 AM
Updated: Sep 10, 2019 11:13 AM

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employer in the valley that says the company is having a tough time finding younger employees for contract work. the older and more skilled workers are starting to retire. the operations manager says that best thing about this job is that its easy to get into. in most cases, there's no schooling required and you'll learn everything in training. [621]skilled to work (tues)-sotvo "if you talk to most of our employees you'll find that they're training was done out in the field by somebody that had more experience than them, took them under their wing and then provided training. now, in some cases, they're doing the same thing for a younger generation.' and coming up on newswatch 12 at6 tonight, hear from employee who did exactly that--worked his way up by learning from his coworkers. the operations manager says the construction field will always need employees and have work. it's a job that can't be replaced by machines.
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