Denver’s expansion in recent years has provided great job opportunities for skilled workers in trades like electrical, structured cabling, security and fire alarm, A/V, and HVAC Controls. Recently Outsource has a lot of growth in the Low Voltage job market and we’re expecting an expanding market in Denver, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs with the help of the Outsource Training Program.
Training Skilled Trades
Heading into 2022, the skilled labor shortage is the biggest obstacle to projects completing on time and on budget, so the Outsource Training program was implemented to build a larger skilled labor force to fill open Cabling jobs, Security and Fire Alarm jobs, A/V jobs, or HVAC Controls jobs all around Colorado. Most of the companies looking for skilled labor help are now opening their doors to entry-level candidates due to the shortage.
Job Growth for Electrical and Low Voltage Industry
New construction and tenant improvements are the main forces of job growth for the Electrical and Low Voltage trades. Investments within Education, Healthcare, Real Estate, and Infrastructure are funding notable projects such as the Rocky Mountain Hyperloop, Commuter Rail, and Tunnels throughout Colorado. These projects allow for continued job growth for Electricians and Low Voltage technicians along the Front Range.
For More Information on Low Voltage and Electrical Jobs in Denver:Contact the Outsource Denver Branch Search Current Job Openings in Denver
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