Quality Roofing Shares Why a Construction Career is Rewarding
Submitted to OnFocus – There are many benefits to a career in construction. As one of the largest industries in the country, construction careers offer a sense of accomplishment unmatched by many other jobs. Quality Roofing, based in Marshfield and Menomonie, epitomizes many of these benefits.
“Careers in the construction industry are honorable and rewarding,” said Pat Begotka, owner at Quality Roofing. “Feeling great about what you do is why more than 7 million Americans choose construction as their career.”
Quality Roofing is part of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Wisconsin, which has sponsored thousands of construction apprentices for more than 25 years. They provided these Top 5 Reasons to Choose a Career in Construction:
- The construction industry is one of the largest industries in the United States. As long as there is a modern civilization in this country, there will be need to build and remodel the homes, commercial buildings, and roads that exist throughout the country.
- Due to the aging workforce of skilled craft persons, many good paying jobs will be even more available as people start to retire.
- Unlike other industries, the majority of the construction installation cannot be built in other countries. You have to build roads and buildings on its final location – right here in the United States.
- Those who choose a career in construction are able to have a sense of accomplishment when they are able to look at a completed project. There is an immediate feedback showing productivity and a job well done which will last for generations to enjoy.
- The construction industry is constantly evolving. The option to start your own business or progress with new technology to do projects safer, more efficient, and “greener” are available.
Benefits at Quality Roofing also include paid training, health/prescription/dental insurance, vacation and holiday pay, and a retirement plan, along with competitive wages.
“We invite anyone interested in a construction career to contact us,” said Begotka. “Whether you are a high school student interested in pursuing a rewarding career path or someone looking for a great place to work, we’re happy to have you on the team!”
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