Do you feel that your job application or submitted resume ends up in the abyss of a black hole? Well, you are not alone! Job applicants, even those who have paid for a professional resume, are struggling to get noticed.
The job market for skilled trades, especially electricians, is booming. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that 80,000 new electrician jobs will be created annually through 2031, making this the highest demand in history for electricians.
LEAD New England Helps Companies Find the Right Skilled Trade Workers Despite the Rise of Wages and Benefits
“With wages and benefits, and labor costs rising, LEAD is a viable option for companies looking for workforce solutions in these hard times.” says LEAD New England’s Managing Partner, Dick McLaughlin.
The electrician sector is a complicated and varied place, and skilled trade workers capable of working to the highest standards can be hard to find. A top-tier staffing partner can be indispensable for the success of large-scale solar projects, commercial, industrial, and multi-unit residential and mixed-use projects.