Hot Topics In The Skilled Trades
A Day in the Life: Remote Control Mower Machine Operator
Cody describes his career journey and shows off his new remote control flail mower for reaching steep slopes and mowing under trees.
Classet Fundraising Announcement!
Classet raises $4.25M to grow its hiring and training platform for skilled trades. Classet helps employers promote their opportunities, find people to hire, and accelerate the training process for entry level talent.
How to find tools for cheap
Gathering tools to start a career in the skilled trades can be expensive! Here are some tips to find good-quality tools without breaking the bank.
Find a Makerspace Near You
Find a makerspace near you to test out a bunch of subjects and tools quickly without needing to apply or commit to a career. Makerspaces offer access to tools in an environment that's safe and supportive, with people who want to help one another learn what they need in order to succeed.
The 50-year bubble of the American University
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Top Finishing Trades
Finishing trades workers are the people who do the finishing work on a building. They are the painters, the tilers, the masons, and the drywallers. They are the people who make the final touches to a building or home.
Top Manufacturing Careers
The article compares the common manufacturing careers of machinists, cabinet makers, tool & die makers, and welders. If you love building things in a shop and working with large tools. these careers are for you.
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Top Home Repair Careers
These home repair trades often come to mind when you want a hands on career, but do you really know what the differences are? This comparison page will help you compare the wages and different requirements for each of these careers.
Top Electrical Careers
Electrical engineering technicians typically work in electronics manufacturing, electrical design, or electronic device repair roles. Electricians typically work on larger scale items like adding or fixing power infrastructure in homes, industrial / commercial buildings.
Is College Worth It?
If you are on the fence about going to college or not - we recommend asking yourself the following questions to gut check if you are making the right decision.
Career Exploration for Students
Explore Skilled Trades Careers with the Periodic Table of Skilled Trades!
High Paying Jobs without a Degree
Occupations in skilled trades are one of the best ways to earn a fantastic living, and no degree is required for hundreds of occupations.
Life Hacks learned in college (which you can learn for free)
I spent $100,000 getting a college degree. I am still paying for it, and today I don’t use my degree whatsoever. Here are the 7 most important things I wish I could go back in time and tell my 18 year old self
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Are Skilled Trades Dying?
Are Skilled Trades Dying? What you need to know if you or someone you know is considering starting in the Skilled Trades.
What Skilled Trades make the most money?
Curious which trades will pay you the most?
Skilled Trades for the Future
Skilled trades that will stand the test of time