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 a Kitchen Designer

Kitchen design is an essential part of interior design and becoming increasingly popular among individuals and businesses and organization. Kitchen designers are trained professionals that design all ...[read more...]

How to Become a Groundskeeper

More and more people, businesses, and organizations are seeking attractively designed and well-maintained gardens, lawns, and grounds to make a positive impression and increase the value of their prop...[read more...]

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How to Become a Greenskeeper

Golf courses are very popular places of recreation for many people around the world. To ensure they meet the needs of customers, golf courses require trained professionals to provide regular maintenan...[read more...]

How to Become a Glazier

Glass is an important construction material that serves many purposes in today’s society. It is used in homes and buildings for insulation, security, and to create an attractive appearance. Gla...[read more...]

How to Become a Health and Safety Engineer

Health and safety engineering is an essential field to ensure that work environments and a variety of products and services are safe. Health and safety engineers are highly trained professionals that ...[read more...]