Why a Career in Construction is Worth the Hard Work You Put In

2 June 22, 2015  Careers in Construction, On The Job

Many construction jobs vary in the type of skills required and type of work you do, but one common factor that goes into being successful in construction is the hard work it takes to complete the job. A career in construction can be challenging, but in the end you get to stand back and look at a project that you completed with your own two hands. For those who are considering a career in construction, craft professionals with first-hand experience have some advice on how to succeed in the construction industry and why it’s worth it in the end.

 

 

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donna

donna

Contributor since July 2013

Donna Puglisi works in the Public Affairs department for ABC National

2 Responses to Why a Career in Construction is Worth the Hard Work You Put In

Dave Crumrine June 25, 2015 at 11:28 AM

The video shows “This video has been removed by the user”. Are you aware? Looks like it was going to be a good piece.

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    donna June 25, 2015 at 11:46 AM

    Hi Dave,

    Thanks for catching that! The problem should be fixed now.

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