The U.S. Department of Labor forecasts that the construction industry will grow by 11% between 2016 and 2026, an increase of around 750,000 jobs.
According to Deloitte, the construction industry employs more than 7.64 million people and added more than $900 billion to the US economy last year.
According to Digital Builder, global construction spending will top $17.5 trillion by 2030 and $94 trillion in infrastructure investments is needed during the next 20 years.
Basic math skills and the ability to operate machinery and large and small power tools safely and efficiently.
Ability to measure building sites, mix materials, install piping, finish concrete surfaces, and perform structure demolitions
Know how to interpret blueprints and graphs, and have the ability to manage a team and meet deadlines.
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