Construction companies build places for people to work, live and play for generations. This industry offers a wide range of options for employment, including project managers, foremen, architects, laborers, welders, carpenters, plumbers, electricians and more. The possibilities are limitless.
Manufacturing includes a broad range of careers, including engineering and technology, production, logistics and distribution, maintenance, installation and repair, business, management and administration. Those interested in computers, video games, engine repair, fixing things or programming cell phones, might find their calling in manufacturing.
Doctors and nurses aren't the only people who work in healthcare. Healthcare careers include direct patient care, mental healthcare, veterinary medicine, hospital security, physical therapy and so much more. With an ever growing and aging population, the need for skilled professionals is booming in almost every area of the field.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)
Information technology professionals are responsible for designing, developing, supporting and managing computer hardware, computer software and information networks, including the Internet. Students who want to create iPhone applications or animations for movies or help NASA perform remote space exploration might want to consider a career in Information Technology.