Like the idea of coordinating a build from start to finish? Interested in project management and wondering how to become a construction manager?
Now is a great time to get into this career. According to the Government of Canada Job Bank, construction managers are in strong demand all over Ontario.
Salaries are high, too. The Job Bank says construction managers in Ontario earn a median income of over $85,000. Some make more than $140,000.
But how can you break into this role? What skills are required and what training options do you have? Do you need a university degree to qualify for those high-paying jobs?
In this post, we break it all down into simple terms.
Compare the two different paths to becoming a construction manager (degree vs. diploma) and get help to decide which is right for you.
Here's what you need to know.