Most people do not associate the construction industry with the big data revolution, but this could be a mistake if you are currently in the job market.
Big data is not just for Silicon Valley tech firms or high-speed traders anymore!
In this article, we’ll look at how big data affects the construction industry, and what kind of careers exist for those with big data skills.
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If you could improve one area of your professional presentation to improve your job interview, what do you think it would be?
You could say experience, there’s that whole catch-22 about needing experience to get a job and needing a job to get experience, but that’s not the focal point. Besides, if you could just get experience like that, you wouldn’t be reading this article… right?
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Your clients want their construction project finished yesterday and ideally under budget, right?
That can lead to a lot pressure from the client, which trickles down through your team.
Putting too much pressure on your team can cause what’s called burnout, and not only diminish the quality of the work but can also lead to longer time frames to complete projects.
READ ARTICLE “5 Tips to Help Your Construction Crew Avoid Burnout”