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New Career Resource Launched by ABC and Real Estate Industry Organizations

Associated Builders and Contractors has teamed up with more than two dozen real estate industry trade associations to highlight the rich variety of career paths in the real estate sector. The group collaborated on a new website, CareersBuildingCommunities.org, which allows visitors to navigate through the scores of career paths across all sectors of real estate as the industry confronts the need to fill millions of jobs in the coming decades.

For the first time, students in high school, college, trade school or community college can explore different positions, property types and career paths via a single website. The site also includes a quiz to help guide students across the various sectors and careers within real estate.

“ABC is excited to join forces with key stakeholders in the construction, development and management of real estate assets to promote careers in these dynamic industries,” said Michael D. Bellaman, ABC president and CEO. “Our industry is facing a significant shortage of skilled construction professionals, and we applaud these efforts to raise awareness of the endless opportunities in construction and the broader real estate market.  The Careers Building Communities platform provides a way to effectively communicate with those seeking a rewarding career in the built environment.”

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