The construction industry is often seen as very demanding, in terms of physical labor. Most people associate the work of a constructor with hard tasks, involving lifting, climbing, bending and so on.
However, in reality, the construction industry has evolved very much in recent years and many operations are now performed automatically, using special machines, designed to diminish hard physical labor.
Besides, there are some construction careers that are not so physically demanding in the first place:
- Construction supervisors – these professionals deal with supervision of the project and monitor the activities on a construction site. They ensure the good development of the construction works and the compliance with deadlines, prepare the necessary materials, financial resources and human resources, ensure and train the subordinate personnel, ensure the connection with suppliers, ensure the rigorous observance of the execution technologies and instructions related to operation and maintenance of tools and equipment and controls the works to ensure its performance according to the technical documentation.
- Equipment operators – these employees perform an automated work, and their basic tasks are the operation, maintenance and supervision of the equipment.
- Painters – the main task of painters is painting walls, both for hygienic and decorative purposes. In addition, they prepare surfaces, cover cracks or finish corners. Nowadays, there are various modern tools, equipment and materials that make their life much easier than in the past. All of the above are great entry level construction workers positions that are in demand.