Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope)
Pharmacy Technician (On-Ground)
Whether you're on the verge of graduating high school or you graduated years ago, you might find yourself in the same place'wondering what's next. Maybe you've navigated years of school and just don't think the traditional four-year university experience is right for you. Or maybe you dread thinking about sitting behind a desk every day for another week.
Either way, if you're ready to get into the workforce and like the idea of an active career working with your hands, a career in skilled labor might be right for you.
Check out some of our top reasons to pursue this field.
If these reasons sound appealing to you, you might consider enrolling at a technical school to pursue a skilled labor career.
1 Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates.
2 BLS statistics represent national job growth expectations and are not necessarily reflective of local market conditions.
3 Program completion times may vary based on individual performance/circumstances. Individual results may vary.