You've probably heard all the bad news about the state of our economy. Stocks are plummeting. Unemployment is soaring through the roof. Maybe you’re worried about your current position—the pay going down, bonuses being cut—or worse, having your job cut altogether. Or, maybe you’re a recent high-school graduate and you’re feeling like there’s a slim chance of you landing a job at all—especially one that pays well and has great benefits.
Well, I’m here to tell you that many high-paying jobs are becoming available (such as bookkeepers and clerks, to truck drivers and equipment operators) as many workers who currently hold these jobs are retiring. And what’s more, you don’t even need a college degree to get one. There are ways to increase your chance of getting jobs that will be vacated by retirees. What industry is this? Read on.
If you could pick out one industry that is vital to our economy, what would it be? One that drives nearly everything we rely on—from heat and air conditioning, to technology and electrical equipment—what would be your assumption?
I’ll just come right out and say it: the power plant industry.
This industry offers among the best jobs in the USA.
Power plants generate the electricity we need, and workers in this field are reaching retirement age at a rate we’ve never seen before. More than half of them are approaching the age of retirement, which leaves a wealth of opportunity for you. From bookkeepers and clerks, to truck drivers and equipment operators, you have a chance at landing some of the highest-paying Michigan jobs out there. In fact, many power plant workers make almost twice that of the average American worker. That is not a typo. You can really make nearly double the average pay of U.S. workers—and like I said before, you don’t even need a college degree.
This website is designed to be a resource for you to get one of these Michigan jobs that are in high demand. This site will even help those looking for jobs for teens.