Having so much information at the tip of your fingers is what makes the internet such a valuable asset, especially when you are looking to learn more about the job market or a specific profession. There are countless articles to read, newsletters to peruse and live videos to stream in your spare time, but podcasts have seen a spike in popularity in recent years. Recent studies have shown that nearly 40 million Americans tune into podcasts every month, and it is undeniable that there is something unique about podcasts that sets them apart from their counterparts. Podcasts provide more of a personal and mobile way to digest information and learn something new, instead of spending time staring at a computer screen, rifling through blog articles and websites.
It is a well-known fact in the construction industry that the first steps of tackling a new project set the tone for the success of the project itself. Even if the planning is impeccable and safety precautions are put into place, if the relationship with the client and project manager is not amicable, the project is already off to a shaky start. It is true that what really makes projects move along is the quality of the labor itself, but there is an undeniable ‘human’ element to all projects that can make or break the overall success.