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Heavy equipment is one of those industries that has two distinct workforces. There are those that are in for the long term – they find a good employer and stay with them for years. The second group are the transients who travel the country, finding work when they run out of funds. Many from the second group travel the world using their skills to fund their adventures. Because of the second group, there are always job openings for skilled operators.
In today’s modern world, skilled doesn’t always equate to years of experience. Some operators that come out of good training schools can be more skilled than those already in the industry. Sure, they have years of experience, but that is often on older heavy equipment. The latest heavy equipment can require a different set of skills, particularly when technology such as GPS is included. Job openings for individuals with knowledge of GPS are increasing all the time.
For many people, a career in heavy equipment can sound very attractive. What often stops people entering the industry is the lack of experience and confidence to operate the equipment. If you can drive a car, you are half way to operating the equipment.
Training schools such as ATS Heavy Equipment Operator Schools can provide you with that up to date knowledge and experience along with the confidence to apply to suitable job openings. If your looking for that change, check us our and while there, check out our employment assistance programs – the next job opening could be yours.