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Oh how we hate that word – recession! It brings on images of doom and gloom yet it shouldn’t. For some sectors, a recession means more work.
One way that governments try to fight a recession is by spending up on what is termed ‘infrastructure’. This is the spending on road, rail and port facilities along with health and education. Of course this increase in construction id good news for heavy equipment operators.
As the economy starts to improve, developers step in to have their blocks cleared and sub-divided ready for the land boom – they want to make their money too.
If you look around you will see construction happening everywhere. Sure, houses and highrises are not being built and perhaps the number of factories being built has dropped. The roads and other infrastructure activities are more than making up for it.
There is plenty of work for heavy equipment operators if your prepared to look for it. You will also need a decent set of qualifications behind you and that is where ATS Heavy Equipment Training Schools can help. They are accredited to deliver training to a national set of standards so you can be confident your skills will be recognized everywhere.