Denver expands job opportunities for Electricians and Low Voltage trades

 

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.

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How to Find a Job You Love

The bad news: Many people don’t enjoy their work. They go to work each day knowing there is something out there they would rather be doing but not knowing what to do about it.

The bad news: Many people don’t enjoy their work. They go to work each day knowing there is something out there they would rather be doing but not knowing what to do about it. They end up unhappy at work, and, unfortunately, their personal lives can suffer too.

The good news: It doesn’t have to be this way. There are options you can employ immediately to get you on the road to a satisfying career and the happiness you and your family deserve. Here are three suggestions for leaving your dead-end job behind and finding one that you will love:

Use Your Network of Contacts

Networking, both in-person and online, is an essential element in your job search. You probably have some contacts already who know you and are willing to help you find job leads. If your network is small, the next step is to expand, maintain, and use it effectively.

Who should be in your network? Anyone of good character belongs there, and each of your contacts can lead you to new ones. Here are a few suggestions to get you started:

  • Friends and family: Keep them updated on your career goals. They might know someone who can help you.
  • Current and former coworkers: Connect with the people at work and those with whom you’ve worked in the past.
  • Former teachers and professors: Those who taught in your major at college should be at the top of this list.
  • Members of professional organizations: Attend events organized by professional associations. Introduce yourself to others and become an active member.
  • Former classmates: Check the alumni directory of your college for potential connections. If you belonged to a fraternity or sorority, you might also find some there.

Get Additional Training

Certificate programs can help you develop the skills and experiences you need for a specific job. The best parts are that you can earn many certificates in as little as a few months and that they typically cost less than a degree program.

These programs are good for those just starting their careers and are especially useful for workers who already have years of experience and either want to enhance their skills or are looking for a career change. For those wanting a mid-life change, a certificate program can boost your skills and abilities, and it will help you stand out in the job market. Find the program that’s right for you, and you’ll be on your way to finding a job you love.

Partner With a Staffing Firm

All types of jobseekers can benefit from partnering with a staffing firm. Career changers hoping to land a job in almost any industry would find advantages in working with a staffing agency. These agencies bring together hiring companies and job seekers and can provide a fit that meets the needs of both parties.

Let Outsource Help You Find a Job You’ll Love!

Contact the experts at Outsource. We are the largest staffing firm in the nation specializing in the placement of low voltage and electrical talent.

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