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Once seen exclusively as a world of manual labor, today’s Skilled Trades offer a wide array of opportunities for high school and community college students throughout Michigan. Careers in emerging fields, like healthcare and information technology, often require less schooling and debt than a four-year degree. Which means you could be earning a great salary and benefits sooner than you ever imagined.
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This isn’t the production line of your grandparents, or even your parents. These are cutting-edge careers using 3-D models, computer simulations, software development and more.
Building today involves more than wearing a hard hat. It requires problem-solving capabilities, extensive math skills and the ability to read blueprints.
Information Technology (IT)
Like to surf websites? Why not be the person who designs them? From web developer to PC repair technician, you’ll always be at the forefront of what’s next online.
If you have a passion to help others, a career in healthcare may be right for you. With positions including registered nurse, sonographer and dental hygienist, you’ll consistently make a difference in people’s lives.
Skilled Trades offer an array of opportunities that challenge both mind and body.
Educational institutions that offer Skilled Trades training and programs.
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