Trade School Career Guide
Scroll through our guide or use the search bar to learn about all the different skilled trades, technical, and business careers available at trade schools and tech colleges.
Discover what skilled tradespeople do, how much they make, and the types of jobs their training can lead to. If you’re interested in a medical career, check out our medical and healthcare careers guide.
After graduating from high school and earning your diploma, or taking the GED course and passing, it takes from one to four years to become a licensed electrician.
Top paying STEM careers do require a bachelor’s degree for entry level positions, but many careers are available where a diploma or certificate is all that is necessary.
Apprenticeships, on the job training, and going to a trade school are all valid paths to a career in the skilled trades. It really just depends on the path you want to choose.
This article contains 2021 salary data for the highest paying skilled trade jobs including careers in the building, construction, and mechanics fields.
Learn about classroom and online trade school programs that average 6 months. This list actually includes those ranging from about 1 month to 1 year long.
Though the GED and a high school diploma are equivalents, they are not exactly the same. In this article we’ll discuss the high school diploma and the GED.
Motorcycle mechanics are technically classified as a small engines mechanics, but they specialize in motorcycles. Mopeds, motorcycles, dirt bikes, and ATVs.
Learn how to become an aircraft mechanic or aircraft maintenance technician and learn about the job description including salary information.
Learn about 8 in demand skilled trade and construction careers. You can study for these in demand jobs at trade school, in an apprenticeship, or on the job.
Learn about some of the most popular trade school programs including those geared toward earning a license, certificate, diploma, or degree.
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