Hey i wanted to know what are the yearly salary's for Building Construction Technology, Pre-Apprentice
hi my name is Trenton I will someday like to start my own construction company one day, I'm currently in rolled and joliet job-corps center very hardworking love getting things done love learning new skills, also like to travel try new things meet new people experience new foods and cultures. #job-corps #career #technology #money #construction #building
It's great to hear such enthusiasm, especially in the desire to learn, travel, meet new people, and have new experiences. Construction is full of opportunities to do these things, and construction companies, be they big or small, are always looking for people who are dedicated and willing to travel to various locations throughout the United States and the world. Construction requires good communication skills, people skills, and the ability to work in a team environment, not to mention technical skills in hands on craftsmanship and/or management. The link Julio provided looks to be accurate for various salary's but does not include management positions. As a construction company owner (management), you will set your own salary. You will make more money as you progress in your career.
If you want to own a Construction company I would look towards getting an MBA. Owners aren't really participating in building things, they're involved in acquiring jobs connecting with government representatives, and giving investor presentations.
If you want to be a contractor and own you're own company, I would get a trade and become a journeyman in that trade.
If you want to be a project manager, there are many different avenues to get there but an engineering degree would be am asset.