Not that long ago, you could get a construction job with just a recommendation from a friend or by responding to an ad in the paper. Unfortunately for you, those days are (mostly) long gone.
Today, construction-hiring managers often ask to see a resume and you might not get the job if yours is not up-to-par with industry expectations.
In this article, we will give you a few tips to help you help you smooth out your construction resume to get that job!
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Good help can be hard to find… and this is especially true in the construction industry. The current labor shortage has made it even more difficult to attract and retain the kind of employees that will make your company great.
And it’s not like it was super easy to find the best employees before the shortage!
At Madden Industrial Craftsmen, we know what it takes to find the right employees as we have been striving to be the leading industrial staffing company in the Northwest for many years. We know exactly what kind of employees have success, and which don’t.
Over the years we have found that the most successful candidates consistently have these four traits.
READ ARTICLE “4 Traits to Look for in Great Construction Employees”