Aug 18, 2017

Architecture, Building, Construction and Planning

The real estate sector continues to play a major role in economy, despite the slowdown that followed the 2008 financial crisis. The mortgage industry has slowly picked up, and the housing market is recovering steadily buoyed by low mortgage rates and a shortage of housing stock in many states. This bodes well for anyone interested in pursuing a career in this field.

Learn about potential careers in architecture, building, construction and planning, and the skills, and training that you need to succeed in this fast growing area.


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How to Become an Elevator Mechanic

Elevator mechanics, Elevator Technicians, and Elevator Installers fix elevators and escalators. To become an elevator mechanic with a nice salary, training or even certification is needed. Read on t...[read more...]

How to Become a Roustabout

Temporary manual labor is essential to many fields as the need for additional workers on a temporary basis is often required for small and large projects. Roustabouts are workers that provide temporar...[read more...]

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How to Become a Roofer

A solid and sound roof is essential to all types of buildings and structures. Roofers are trained workers that perform a variety of tasks to ensure roofs serve their function and are safe for building...[read more...]

How to Become a Real Estate Paralegal

Real estate is a very complex field that involves many different laws and regulations. Real estate para legals are trained legal professionals that work with lawyers on a variety of real estate law to...[read more...]

How to Become a Rigger

Rigging is an essential part of the construction, manufacturing, shipping, and entertainment field. Riggers are trained professionals that specialize in lifting and transporting very large and heavy m...[read more...]

How to Become a Residential Appraiser

Residential real estate is an important field that deals with the buying and purchasing of a variety of residential properties. Residential appraisers are highly trained professionals that focus on ap...[read more...]

How to Become a Surveying Technician

Surveying is a complex field and surveyors require necessary assistance. Surveying technicians are trained workers that provide assistance to surveyors by completing a variety of tasks. What does a su...[read more...]

How to Become a Stonemason

Many individuals and businesses desire structures that are constructed with a variety of types of stone to create an attractive and appealing experience. Stonemasons are trained workers that build sto...[read more...]

How to Become a Real Estate Broker

Purchasing or selling a house or investment property is one of the most significant and complex financial experiences in most people’s lives. Due to the significance and complexity, people usua...[read more...]

How to Become a Photogrammetrist

Photogrammetry is using photographic images to determine the geometric properties of objects. Photogrammetrists are highly trained professionals that specialize in measuring and mapping the surface of...[read more...]