Corpus Christi and the surrounding area is a hot spot for skilled trade jobs, with employment above the national percentage when considering various Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) employment categories.
LEAD, a skilled trade staffing company with a network of eleven locations throughout the U.S., celebrates Women in Construction Week, March 6-12, 2022. “This year, we are proud to award the LEAD President’s Cup to Barbara Lopez, LEAD Corpus Christi branch manager,” said Mark Curtiss, LEAD President.
Skilled trade jobs are making a big comeback. More and more workers are looking to the skilled trades for a secure, high wage career for their future. From graduating high school students to workers looking for a career change, the skilled trades are a viable option that offer affordable and fast training.
The Coronavirus pandemic left Texas and most of the country in an economic downturn during 2020. And, as we near the close of 2021, there are industries continue to struggle and fight their way back to prosperity. However, the construction industry is steadily growing in many states across the country, including Texas.
LEAD Staffing had an exciting and successful grand opening of a new branch September 12 in Portland, Texas. This is LEAD Staffing’s first location taking on the name “LEAD Industrial” because of its industrial staffing focus in the Portland area.