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Construction is commonly known as the largest industry of the world for a reason. In the United States, 7.2 million people are employed in construction in one form or another. By the year 2012, one million new construction jobs will be available in the U.S. alone.

A High School Diploma is usually required for most jobs, while a Bachelor's Degree is preferred for management. Construction is one field where experience counts. With the right experience, your potential is nearly limitless.

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