Friday, June 15, 2012

Take Another Path to Your Future

Texas is facing a shortage of skilled workers, such as plumbers, stone masons, welders, pipe fitters, electricians, builders, machinist, nursing and technical fields, available in semiconductor manufacturing.

So, before you go into cosmic levels of debt to attend four to six years of college, you may want to check out vocational training programs that run from 18 months to two years.  Many of the skilled positions continue your education as you move through journeyman to the master level.


For more information, contact Austin Community College and Gary Job Corp in the Central Texas area. To read the entire article, please read the article here.

4 comments:

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genesis1x said...

Well, I believe that a vocational course can also lead you to success even its only for about months or at least two years. Especially when its in demand, like now in Texas.

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