Career Questions tagged Construction Management
I enjoy hands on work and enjoy designing and building stuff. I'm only in highschool and have been looking at some career options and a construction manager looked like something I might be into. I wanna know what I might need or be looking forward to if I was to go into this job.
What are some common issues I may encounter while working and any helpful tips that could help solve or avoid issues?
I have three questions.
1. How has your career affected your marriage?
2. Do you believe Job Corps is a good use of time?
3. Do you believe someone can get far enough to provide for their family with a job in construction?
As a person who has never worked before, this is my most curious question considering my motives and the goals I want to achieve.
I was told back when I was 12 that there are a good amount of safety equipment employees are required to wear in order to prevent accidents.
Would I be paid a salary for construction and what would be the benefits? Ideally, I would like to start off with a job title that can lead to a future and possibly be helpful.
I know how long an associate's degree and bachelor's degree takes but what about any other certifications or prerequisites are there that i can obtain? How long do they take, any what do I need to do before hand to get them done?
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I am a college sophomore now majoring in civil engineering, and by the end of this summer I would have completed 4 summer internships: 2 in construction project engineering/general contracting, and 2 in civil engineering research (specifically in environmental engineering/water resources and...
I am female, interested in a career in the construction industry and looking to attend either Texas A&M or University of Texas at Tyler. I believe I am more interested in residential building than the industrial aspects. Which degree would be more beneficial to me? #construction...
I am curious as to what else I can do besides physical that can get me to my dreams of being my own boss and having a custom home business. #homebuilding #Texas #construction-management #major
what are the hours, time off, is it 5 or 7 days a week? #construction #construction-management #career
I am perusing a civil engineering degree and would not like to be stressed out for college. I want to keep my mind clear and focused on my one task. A civil engineering degree. #hardwork #engineering #civil #construction-management
This is the career I am pursuing. It would be nice to hear what some people have accomplished with this degree, It has many destinations.
Can graduate students take a test to receive their Bachelor' or Masters Degree? If so, what kind of proceess does it take?
I am a non traditional student who is almost 40. I am working 4 different jobs so I can obtain my Bachelor's degree in Construction Management. I already have 17 years experience in the petrochemical industry in a variety of mechanical careers. The faster I can get through school the better...
I'm a junior in high school and was curious to see if internships would be a useful way to get into good colleges (Specifically construction management). I'm interested in construction management due to my exposure to the career, my dad owns a construction company so I feel this is a career I...
what courses should I major in? #construction-management #construction
I'm asking because this something I want to do after I finish high school. #elevator installers and repair #mechanical-engineering #construction-contracting #construction #construction-management #residential-construction
I want to be a construction worker. How did you go about becoming one? What are the steps I should take?
I wanna be a construction worker be its fun building houses and I could be able to build my own stuff i want. #construction #construction-management #carpentry
i wanted to go to construction and interior designing field #engineer #construction-management #developer
Is it fair for non-college/university students to have the same opportunities to succeed as college/university graduated students based on their work history in a specific field (construction field)?
I am asking this question just to emphasize that if someone strives in accomplishing his/her main goal, somehow he/she will succeed either through the long or short way. #construction #construction-management
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