Where there is water, drains, and pipes, there is a need for a plumber sooner or later. If you want to jump into a career where you will be in high-demand and won't be locked up in a cubicle all day, then consider becoming a plumber. Plumbers don't just unclog drains and fix toilets. They handle a wide range of services from installations to repairs in homes, hospitals, schools, public buildings, and more. You do not have to take on thousands of dollars of debt to get a good-paying job. Plumbers can get paid well starting out of high school with on-the-job training. Experienced plumbers are invited to call Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Atlanta to hear about our job openings.
Spend Less, Earn More
According to the Federal Reserve, the average college debt among student loan borrowers in America is over $32,000 as of 2019, and that number has only been rising. Factor in interest payments and that burden is even heavier. You do not have to become enslaved in debt for a good-paying job.
Prospective plumbers can attend community college for significantly less money than it would cost to go to college. Some companies even offer on-the-job training so that you can learn the trade from an experienced plumber all while getting paid!
Enjoy Job Security
Recessions and crises can shake the job market in many industries. The COVID-19 outbreak, for instance, put millions out of work. Plumbing jobs, however, are practically disaster-proof. In fact, disasters such as the pandemic can even increase the demand for plumbers as more people depend on access to reliable plumbing in their homes. Homeowners are not the only ones who seek plumbers' services. Almost every building has pipes, drains, and water flow, so there will always be a need for plumbers to service, repair, and install plumbing.
You do not have to worry about your job becoming automated either. While there are tools and technology that make plumbers' jobs easier, the installation, replacement, and repair processes are not things robots can feasibly do. The Bureau of Labor Statistics actually estimates that employment of plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters will grow five percent from 2020 to 2030.
New Day, New Job
You do not have to worry about getting bored at work when you are a plumber. Every day is a new day involving a new job. One day, you might be installing a tankless water heater and the next you may be designing a plumbing system for a building. There is a lot of problem-solving involved in plumbing work, but you do not have to worry about getting burned out since you are doing something new every day.
Considering a Future in Plumbing?
There is no better time to get started on a new career than now. If you are considering taking advantage of the many benefits of becoming a plumber, then call Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Atlanta to learn about our opportunities. We are excited to be hiring professional plumbers and would love to get you on track in your new career.