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Architecture
and
construction

Working in construction allows you to learn a variety of skills and opens the door to endless possibilities. The construction industry offers career progression and stability. As you progress through your career, you can choose which parts of the process are your favorite so that you can specialize in that particular area.  Construction is also a global industry allowing you to move from city to city or travel abroad while excelling in your career.

Rising Star Careers

RISING STAR CAREERS

Paving and Surfacing Operator: $50,290

Welder $50,750

Electrician: $56,300

Tool and Die Maker: $53,810

Plumbers: $56,460

Loading and Moving Machine Operators: $67,940

Construction and Building Inspector: $71,980

Rotary Drill Operator: $73,890

First Line Supervisor: $75,190

Electrical Engineer: $102,820

Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Student Success Story:
Max

Mountain Range High School

My parents really want me to go to college, but my passion is creating something with my hands. I am in the business program at Mountain Range HS and getting my certification in construction so that if college does not work out, I have employable skills.