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There is no doubt that during a recession the construction industry starts to suffer – at least certain areas like home building suffers. In general however, as governments look to spend their way out of a recession they often turn towards infrastructure. This mean roads, rail, ports and new schools and hospitals, and of course, jobs for heavy equipment operators.
The recession actually means a boom time for certain areas of construction. History shows that more miles of road and rail are built during a recession than during the good times. More hospitals and more schools are also built during periods of recession.
If your looking to get into the construction industry as a heavy equipment operator then you will need to concentrate on where the work is. Road and rail are obvious; the mining industry will be determined by base metal prices. If they start to rise then mining will again boom. House building, until the economy starts to lift, forget about working in that sector; for now although I do have one proviso. There are many smart entrepreneurs who will buy land now, and have it developed, so that when the economy starts to grow again, they have the land ready to sell and make money.
Becoming a heavy equipment operator in today’s climate is no different to a booming economy. What changes is where you work – which sectors you work in. ATS Heavy Equipment Training Schools can provide you with the skills to operate heavy equipment in most sectors of the construction industry. Get your career started now.