A Career like no other

GMJ has pledged its support to encourage people from all backgrounds to consider one of the many careers in construction and the built environment (CB&E). This new campaign branded “Go Construct” comes at a crucial time. The sector is set to grow by nearly 3% over the next five years, creating over 220,000 new roles.

The Go Construct marketing campaign highlights why construction is “a career like no other” along with the many career opportunities available in the industry. It has been co-designed by organisations and establishments across the whole of the C&BE industry. Over 400 construction employers, schools and colleges, local government organisations and those with a passion for construction have met to share their ideas for the campaign launched on 25 September. The campaign includes the launch of a new web portal which provides a ‘one stop shop’ for anyone considering a career in the industry. The web portal provides tools, resources and content for teachers, careers advisors, construction ambassadors and employers like GMJ to assist with promoting a positive image of construction.

Whether it is engaging with school children or presenting in colleges, every day people in construction are helping to change people’s lives for the better. The campaign highlights how our industry can add value to people’s lives and dispel some of the negative stereotypes which still exist about our industry.

To find out about the campaign visit goconstruct.org
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