A Day in the Life

Crucial to our everyday lives, this world provides us with electricity to power our homes and businesses, clean water, and let’s not forget cellular and internet services. If working in an office isn’t for you, consider becoming a power line installer and repairer or a telecommunication equipment installer, mostly spent working outside. These careers only require a high school degree, as do power plant operators and water treatment plant operators. Some energy & utilities careers do require up to a bachelor’s, such as occupational health and safety specialists.

Ask Yourself This
Are you a problem-solver?
Do you enjoy working with your hands?
Do you enjoy doing work knowing it will help people around you?
Do you have what it takes?
Ability to follow safety protocols
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World Resources

Source: WorkforceEdFlorida
Electric Utility Engineer
Source: City of TLH
Solar Technician
Source: A&R Solar
Jobs in Energy
Source: GetIntoEnergy
Land Planner
Source: Talent Hub
Tree Trimmer
Source: Talent Hub
Power Plant Operator
Source: Talent Hub
Energy Auditor
Source: Talent Hub