Trade School Career guide
Scroll through or use the search bar to learn about all the different skilled trades, technical, business, medical and STEM 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.
There are a wide range of career options within the criminal justice system. The salary range for criminal justice careers varies as widely as the actual career choices.
There are different types of “trade schools” to be found with some specializing in 1 or just a few careers. Across the internet you’ll find reference to skilled trade schools…
Practice tests for trade school careers like welding, dental assisting, electrical/electrician, medical assisting, EMS, mechanic(ASE), paralegal, culinary, HVAC/r, cosmetology, and truck driver’s license.
Not everyone is cut out for college, especially the four-year type. Yet, to survive in this world, you need to have some sort of skill. Because hey, bills don’t pay themselves.
The road to becoming a legal assistant is similar to that of a paralegal. The skills conducive to being an effective legal assistant are the ability to research, write, and work under often extreme pressure.
Here is a nearly complete list of ASE mechanic certification practice tests (A, B, C, E, F, G & H) built directly from the publicly available, official study guides.
Learn about classroom and online trade school programs that average 6 months. This list actually includes those ranging from about 6 weeks to 1 year.
A little about… Business administration is a college or university program designed to prepare an individual for a career in business.
HVAC technicians work on equipment that controls the air environment within a building. Whether it’s industrial HVAC systems or residential split systems, …
What does an auto mechanic do? An auto mechanic’s job is to diagnose and fix cars, light trucks, and other types of vehicles.
What is a computer technician? There are many different types of industries you will be working within, from retail to government. Since technology is in a constant state of change, …
Welders work in a wide variety of industries. Basically anywhere metal needs to be permanently joined, there’s a welder involved using one of the 100s of different welding processes
What do computer programmers do? It can be lonely in the world of computer programming. Many in the profession work from their home offices…
What can a diesel mechanic do? You work hard, and you get dirty; but, that’s all in a day’s work. The bigger the vehicle you’re working on, the better. Buses, trucks, and…
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.
What motorcycle mechanics do? You’re technically classified as a small engines mechanic but you specialize in motorcycles. Mopeds, motorcycles, dirt bikes, ATV’s are mostly what come into your shop. You may work for a dealership or have your own place