11 Aug Are there going to be increasingly more jobs in the Mechanical and Electrical trade?
Opportunities in construction are aplenty, particularly in the mechanical and electrical trade…
Now is a better time than any to find work in the mechanical and electrical industry. The increasing number of jobs vacant in construction has increased by 37% over the past 12 months, according to the most recent IrishJobs.ie Jobs Index. Not coincidently, the number of students applying for courses in construction in the UK has surged recently, with applications having increased nearly 20%.
The opportunities are arising global too! Energy Services of America recently filed their quarterly report ending June 30th 2016. In this period, energy services earned $43.4 million over the last three months, and $105.8 million over the last nine months, leading to gross profits of $4.0 million and $9.3 million respectively.
Interestingly, revenues for the three months prior to June 30th 2016 saw an increase of $2.8 million revenue in electrical and mechanical services. Similarly, revenues for the nine months prior saw an increase of $12.6 million in electrical and mechanical services.
While competition for such jobs can be fierce, industry-related work experience definitely boosts your applications for these vacancies:
To enquire about work experience at JLM Mechanical and Electrical, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply for temporary and permanent Electrician positons available at JLM Mechanical and Electrical, please send a copy of your CV to email@example.com.