North Carolina offers plenty of job opportunities for Electrical and Low Voltage trades. Mostly driven by industry demand, Charlotte and Raleigh each are showing growth, which increases the need for construction and tenant improvement projects.
New Projects in Charlotte
Charlotte’s growth spanning south to Greenville is creating new job opportunities in projects for major banks, universities, call and fulfillment centers, and airports, with a focus on Industrial Electrical jobs. This growth will benefit Apprentice and Journeymen Electricians around Charlotte looking for work.
Raleigh’s Bringing in New Jobs
New Pharmaceutical construction projects are a big focus currently in Raleigh bringing in new jobs for Electricians and Low Voltage trades, like Structured Cable Technicians, Security Alarm Technicians, Fire Alarm Technicians, and Low Voltage Installers.
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