How To Become a Railroad Worker

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The job of the Railroad Worker dates back to the early 1800s, and the folk song “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad” was first published in 1894. As you consider the history of the railways, think about the importance this form of transportation provided for passengers and cargo… then and now.   If you are interested […]

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How To Become a Commercial Pilot

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A Commercial Pilot oversees aircraft and flights focused on transporting cargo, business personnel, or even sight-seeing tours and the like. Unlike Airline Pilots, Commercial Pilots only need a high school diploma and proper training from an FAA-accredited flight school to excel. Becoming a Pilot is a dream come true for many little boys and girls. […]

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How To Become an Elevator and Escalator Installer and Repairer

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An Elevator and Escalator Installer and Repairer plays a vital role in transporting people within a building, such as an office, mall, or factory. In many capacities, using an elevator is crucial for disabled customers or employees.  In addition, elevators and escalators must be safe and in perfect operating order to avoid catastrophic accidents resulting […]

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How To Become a Carpenter


Just look around… A Carpenter shapes the world around us by constructing buildings, homes, parks, and other structures. Carpenters can earn a modest salary with plenty of room for advancement and lucrative money-making opportunities combined with skills and creativity.  Check out the information below to see if becoming a Carpenter suits you! Related Article: The […]

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How To Become An Architectural and Civil Drafter

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A career as an Architectural and Civil Drafter is an interesting and rewarding choice. If you’ve ever wondered how a beautiful building or home got its start… then, wonder no more. Through the imagination of Architectural and Civil Drafters, structures are made aesthetically pleasing, as well as structurally sound. If you have always had an […]

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How To Become A Commercial Diver

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Do you love the water? If so, consider a career as a Commercial Diver, particularly if you enjoy scuba diving. In this capacity, you can combine your love for the water with a job in construction, maintenance, photography, explosives, and much more.  So, if a traditional nine to five desk job is just not a […]

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How To Become A Diagnostic Medical Sonographer and Cardiovascular Technician

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The job of the Diagnostic Medical Sonographer and Cardiovascular Technician is a vital part of a physician’s diagnosis. After all, sonography is a great way to tell what’s going on inside of our bodies.  Whether you choose to specialize in a particular field, such as working with parents awaiting the sex of their baby or […]

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How To Become an HVAC-R Technician

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The HVACR Technician is responsible for your comfort… most likely. They work tirelessly to install and repair heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration in our homes, businesses, factories, and entertainment venues, and the like. Innovation in the industry now requires educated, certified, and qualified personnel to fill future positions in the field. Take a look […]

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How To Become A Power Plant Operator or Power Distributor and Dispatcher

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A Power Plant Operator or Power Distributor and Dispatcher keeps the world moving by providing electrical power. So, how important is electricity to you, your family, or your business? The individuals working in this field are vital to our everyday existence… or, at the very least, our comfort! If you are interested in the electrical […]

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How To Become A Radiation Therapist

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A Radiation Therapist administers treatment to cancer patients. Most people, if not all, have friends or family that have been affected by cancer.  According to the National Cancer Institute, over 1,806,590 lives were diagnosed in 2020, with over 606,520 dying from the horrible disease in the U.S. By 2040, they estimate 29.5 million new cases […]

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