Construction Manager Drake Souza

Who

After High School, I would like to attend BYU - Idaho to get my Bachelor's degree of Science in Construction Management.

WHat

I do not know what company I would work for, but generally a construction manager is self employed. The job of a construction manager is to plan, coordinate, budget, and supervise projects from start to finish. On average, construction managers earn $87,000 per year. In order to become one, I must first earn my Bachelor's degree, and have some work experience in the construction field.

Where

Ultimately I would like to work in Oregon, but Alaska or Northern California would be my next choices. I will go to BYU - Idaho to get my Bachelor's of Science in Construction Management.

When

There are no specific hiring dates for this job, however I will try for a construction related job during college and summers to obtain work experience, and study it in school.

Why

This career interests me because I want to have a hands on and active job, and I enjoy the work involved. I think I would be good at this career because I will work hard and be dedicated to my work.

How

In order to get this job you have to have experience in the construction field as well as have a Bachelor's degree Science in Construction Management. However in some cases if you have worked in the construction industry long enough and understand what management does, then you can qualify for the job.

For More Information on Construction Management, click the link below to visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics website

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