Interested in starting the New Year with a new career in Industrial Maintenance?
Industrial maintenance workers maintain, monitor, troubleshoot, and repair equipment used in the production of goods.This career field is growing and employers are hiring. If you enjoy solving problems, like to fix and repair things, and have strong math and science skills you should consider this career.
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- Discuss training options and financial assistance
- Learn about wages between $18 - $23 per hour
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