My Top 2 Careers By Cody Kreisher
My Physical Need The test I took with Mrs..Herman and Mrs.Casale I was social.
I was a person who like to be outside and do things.
What they do!
Heavy equipment Operator moves dirt from place to place. They also build things with the help of some machines.
How to get this job You need to finish high school and you need a commercial diver licenses and also a cdl if you want to drive a dump truck. You need to have some experiences of truck driving.
Heavy Equipment Operator – Work Condition Work Condition – you work in most weather and usually you work out side.
Heavy Equipment Operator training You can take a course in college for an heavy equipment operator. You need a 3 year degree. Or you need 6,000 hours of on the job training. Also you need 144 hours of in the classroom.
Heavy Equipment Operator Salary For working in the streets, bridges, and highway construction you make $19.20.
State Government- $13.52
Local government –$13.70
Heavy Equipment Operator education Most jobs provide on the job training but there are some courses you can take to become this. You always need a high school diploma .
Pros and cons Cons for heavy equipment operator is you can get a bad back. You work in bad weather Pros you get paid good money by the government.
Pros you are helping the community out.
Pros and Cons continued Pros for forestry you get to be outdoor You mostly work in the woods Cons you work in bad weather
What they do? forestry They plant seeds, work in the woods,supervises the trials , map tree sites.
Tools they need to complete there job, They use axes, shovels,crosscut saws,compasses. They don’t use any power tools because there is no electricity in the woods.
Forestry-work condition Most of the the time you are outdoors. In bad weather sometimes also.
Forestry-training There is little education, Many secondary schools, and some colleges offer a 2 year degree.
Earnings for Forestry $9.12 for forest and conversation officer
Education You need at least a 2 year degree,or a four year degree.
Take as many classes such as math,biology,earth science and and natural resources,
My choice I would choice a heavy equipment operator because they make good money and you really don’t have to go to school.
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