The real estate sector continues to play a major role in economy, despite the slowdown that followed the 2008 financial crisis. The mortgage industry has slowly picked up, and the housing market is recovering steadily buoyed by low mortgage rates and a shortage of housing stock in many states. This bodes well for anyone interested in pursuing a career in this field.

Learn about potential careers in architecture, building, construction and planning, and the skills, and training that you need to succeed in this fast growing area.

How to Become an Elevator Mechanic

Updated on 4 October 2017
Elevator mechanics, Elevator Technicians, and Elevator Installers fix elevators and escalators. To become an elevator mechanic with a nice salary, training...
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How to Become an Urban Planner

Updated on 14 August 2014
Urban planning is an essential field that designates land use for a variety of construction projects. Urban planners are highly...
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How to Become an Interior Decorator

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Interior decorating is an essential aspect of interior design that is becoming increasingly popular for new and remodeled homes and...
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How to Become an Electrical Installer

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Many companies and organizations depend on complex electronic equipment for many different tasks such as production processes and communication efforts....
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How to Become an Elevator Inspector

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Elevator inspection is an important part of the construction field and ensures that elevators and other devices are safe for...
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How to Become an Electrical Engineering Technician

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Electrical engineering is an engineering field that focuses on the study and application of electricity, electromagnetism, and electronics. Electrical engineering...
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