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Construction Jobs

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Employment in the construction field can be a very rewarding career for those who are interested in physical work. There are many different types of trades in the construction field and those who enter the construction field usually enter by first learning their trade of interest.

For those who are pursuing a construction job, there are many different trades that they can go into. Some of the most popular job positions are painters, iron workers, glaziers, electricians, cement masons, carpenters, bricklayers, boilermakers, plumbers, insulators, roofers, sheet metal workers and drywallers.

Education

A college education is not needed for the vast majority of construction jobs. However, most trades do require you to have a high school diploma. For those without a high school diploma, there are a few trades that do not require it. The most popular trades for those without a high school diploma are drywallers, painters, construction laborers and roofers.

Most who enter the construction field usually learn the skills needed in their line of trade by attending a trade school. The length of the training varies depending on what trade they have chosen. Most cities have a trade school available that will train students in a particular trade.

Apprenticeship

Being accepted into an apprenticeship is believed by most to be the best way to enter a construction trade. When someone joins an apprenticeship, they will sometimes be asked to sign a contract with his or her employer to guarantee a certain amount of work in return for their training. Apprentices are paid during the apprenticeship and receive scheduled raises. The length of the apprenticeship program will vary depending on the program.

The training that most apprentices receive divides the time between hands-on work experience and classroom learning. Each particular apprenticeship has a different structure of on the job training and classroom hours. When an apprentice goes to work, they are under the supervision of a journeyman. The apprentice will learn their on the job training from the direct supervision of the journeyman.

For the employer to benefit, the trainee has to stay around after having learned the job. Having an apprentice is always beneficial to the employer. Eventually, when the apprentice is fully trained, the employer will move the apprentice up to journeyman and offer them an increase in pay.

Construction Trades

Here is a brief description about some construction trades:

Painter - Painters apply paint, varnish, stain, and other finishes to building surfaces both as decoration and protection.

Iron Workers - Can be divided into three groups. Structual ironworkers erect the basic metal framework for bridges, dams, high-rise buildings, power plants ad other large structures. Reinforcing ironworkers, or rodman, are called so because they work with reinforced concrete. Ornamental ironworkers, or finishers, install stairways, railings, ladders, catwalks, gratings, fences, gates, balconies, and other metal projects.

Glaziers - Glaziers install and remove all types of glass, as well as plastic and other material used as glass substitutes.

Electricians - Electricians install and maintain electrical systems that provide light, power, heat, refrigeration, and air-conditioning.

Cement Masons - Cement masons construct and repair concrete surfaces. They work on patios, floors, building foundations, bridges, highways, and dams.

Carpenters - There are different types of carpenters such as cabinetmakers, interior systems carpenters, floor covering installers, lathers, and millwrights. Some responsibilities include cutting, shaping, and fastening wood; erecting the wood framework, including subflooring, partitions, and rafters; and installing molding, wood paneling, cabinets, window sashes, doors, door frames, and hardware.

Bricklayers - Bricklayers build walls, partitions, floors, fireplaces, chimneys and other structures.

Boilermakers - Boilermakers construct, assemble, and repair boilers, vats, tanks and other large metal vessels.

Plumbers - Plumbers install and repair pipes that are used to carry water, gas and sewage.

Insulators -Insulators install insulating material. Insulation is used to reduce heat loss, prevent condensation, and to deaden sound.

Roofers - As the name suggests, roofers work on roofs. Roofers lay all types of roof shingles and do other various tasks on roofs.

Sheet metal workers - Sheet metal workers fabricate and sometimes install products made from thin metal sheets.

Drywallers - Drywallers measure and cut drywall panels and attach them to a metal framework with adhesives, screws, or nails.

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