opportunities-photoThe high-paying construction industry is one of the nation’s largest, employing more than 6.9 million people.

Fire sprinkler system installers enjoy more technically challenging work than in many other construction trades. You will be working indoors most of the time, as fire sprinkler installation is usually done after the outside walls are finished. And, with the demand for fire sprinklers, you know the next job will always be there.

It’s also a job that keeps getting better. You can work your way into foremanship, system design or project management. In fact, many owners of fire sprinkler companies started their careers as installers.

The fire sprinkler industry is also great for veterans returning from service. You will be able to apply the skills and knowledge you build in the service to a high paying secure job. Training, both in the classroom and on the job is available almost everywhere in the U.S. and you don’t have to wait until you finish your training to get paid. The demand for skilled installers is so great that employers will pay you while you train.

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Real Stories from Real People

Read these stories about people like you whose career started in the fire sprinkler industry.