Construction and Trades
For people who enjoy working with their hands, entering the construction or other trade fields can begin right after high school. Once a worker has gained enough experience, many of these well-paying jobs have the potential for self-employment. This new career guide features 12 careers in construction and trades for students with a high school diploma.
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