Obama May Create Higher Demand for Heavy Equipment Operators in 2009

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President Obama stimulus proposal includes rebuilding the nation's infrastructure, which means job opportunities for heavy equipment operators in the construction industry.

Obama On Heavy Equipment Jobs

President Obama has hinted that the entire USA infrastructure will be rebuilt. This will cause a tremendous demand for heavy equipment careers

President Barack Obama's proposed Stimulus Plan is expected to create over four million new jobs in the United States if passed by Congress, and that's good news for people who want to move into the construction industry in 2009.

According to The New York Times, the Obama proposal states that nearly 400,000 jobs could be created by building and repairing roads, schools and bridges. That means there will be a demand for heavy equipment operators and Heavy Equipment Training, creating a need for training programs such as those offered by the National Heavy Equipment Operators School.

Florida-based National Heavy Equipment Operators School provides an extensive two-part Heavy Equipment Training Program. Once participants complete training, they are immediately qualified to work as heavy equipment operators in the construction industry. National's heavy equipment operator training is accredited with the Distance Education Training Counsel (DETC), giving graduates an edge when applying for jobs as heavy equipment operators.

"President Obama has hinted that the entire USA infrastructure will be rebuilt. This will cause a tremendous demand for heavy equipment careers," says David Rose, spokesman for National Training Schools.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, about three out of four heavy equipment operators worked in the construction industry. Many equipment operators worked in heavy construction, building highways, bridges, or railroads in every section of the United States.

About National Heavy Equipment Operators School:
National Heavy Equipment Operators School is based in Orange Park, Florida, and provides an extensive, two-part training program for those interested in working as heavy equipment operators in the construction industry. National Training Heavy Equipment Operators School is accredited with the Distance Education Training Counsel (DETC).

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Contact Information:
David Rose
National Training
http://www.earthmoverschool.com/
1-800-488-7364

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