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Tennessee Contractors License Guide

Construction in Tennessee is booming and state-licensed contractors have more career opportunities than ever right now. That’s because licensed contractors are compliant with the state and can tackle bigger and more complex projects as the state requires licensure prior to bidding contracts $25,000 or more.

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Georgia Contractors License Guide

Work in Georgia’s construction industry? If so, now is the time to optimize your career opportunities with a Georgia Contractors License. That’s because the Georgia State Licensing Board for Residential and General Contractors require general contractors to be licensed for work over $2,500.

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North Carolina Contractors License Guide

Work in North Carolina’s construction industry? Feel like it’s time to maximize your project opportunities? If so, you’ll need a North Carolina contractor’s license. That’s because you need a “General Contractor” license in North Carolina for any project that exceeds $30,000. Any electrical, plumbing, and HVAC projects will also require a license.

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Texas Contractors License Guide

If you’re working in the Florida construction industry and want to maximize your career opportunities, you’ll need a Florida Contractors License. By getting licensed, you will be able to take on bigger and more complex projects. You’ll also have a greater chance for more stable and steady income.

The licensing steps for the Sunshine state are slightly different from others, which is why we’ve created this guide.

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Women Needed In Construction Industry

Similar to tech, construction is a notoriously male-dominated industry. Out of more than 10 million construction workers in the U.S., around 1 million are female. Women working in construction trades average at about 3.4%, meaning there’s approximately one woman to every 20 men in construction – making it a perfect time for more women to get involved in working construction today.
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Construction Spending Is On The Rise

Spring is construction season’s kick off to the industry’s busiest time of year. From March through the end of summer, licensed contractors and crews are at peak earning potential. The need for reliable, licensed contractors has never been higher in most states.
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7 Ways To Make Money As An Electrician

There are many paths one can take to become a great electrician. Whether you do residential or commercial work, electricians are always in demand. If you’re a veteran in the field or thinking of starting on the path to become an electrician, here are some options to ensure you make the money you deserve.
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Oregon Contractors License Guide

Work in Oregon’s construction industry? Ready to maximize your career opportunities,? If so, you’ll need an Oregon Contractor’s License. As a licensed contractor you are not just compliant with the state; you can tackle bigger and more complex projects. This increases your career opportunities and provides a more consistent income, which is particularly helpful in uncertain economies.

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Florida Contractors License Guide

If you’re working in the Florida construction industry and want to maximize your career opportunities, you’ll need a Florida Contractors License. By getting licensed, you will be able to take on bigger and more complex projects. You’ll also have a greater chance for more stable and steady income.

The licensing steps for the Sunshine state are slightly different from others, which is why we’ve created this guide.

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Georgia Construction Industry Analysis

Like virtually every other state, Georgia saw a slow down in  the construction industry due to COVID-19 . Pre-pandemic, the state saw modest growth in the early months of 2020, only to be halted almost entirely by March. It wasn’t until after May that the industry began to see signs of slow recovery. Now, a full year after the pandemic hit, what is in store for Georgia’s construction industry?
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Florida Construction Industry Analysis

Florida’s construction industry is outperforming the nation. Per reports such as Cumming Insight, Florida metro areas such as Miami are saw growth as much as 7% during the pandemic. As noted within the report, this is partly due to the state taking a different approach to the pandemic restrictions, in addition to an increase of people relocating over this past year. While the Florida construction has clearly shown significant resilience in the face of COVID-19, what does the forecast look like for the year ahead?
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Oregon Construction Industry Today

Covid certainly impacted the construction industry in 2020. However, the disruptions were not spread evenly. For example,  states such as  Tennessee and Oregon have already shown strong signs of recovery. According to this report from Cumming Corporation, Oregon (like Nashville) even had “a slight surge in projects towards the end of the year, which has resulted in an overall construction volume figure similar to that of 2019.”
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