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The construction industry is not everyone’s preferred area of work, however, the work itself is steady and readily available for heavy equipment operators. The work is varied; one day you may be clearing rubble from a housing development, the next you may be working in the city demolishing an old warehouse. The working conditions may not suit you either, particularly working outdoors in all weathers.
If you decide you do want to be a heavy equipment operator then you can rest in the knowledge that people employed in this area still enjoy regular, rewarding pay even while the job changes; there is simply more demand than there are qualified employees, and thus there always exist job opportunities.
ATS Heavy Equipment Training School can help prepare you for a job in the construction industry. Our short, comprehensive, training programs are accredited and recognized nationwide. The training covers a wide variety of heavy equipment, including modern bulldozers and excavators, all under the watchful eyes of qualified instructors.