The trade industry is growing rapidly, so there are some awesome reasons to become a tradie. Read on to see why it’s a great career choice!
We focus on some of our fave lady tradies who are proving it’s not just a ‘boys club’ anymore.
Most tradie jobs aren’t filled by job sites like Seek or Gumtree. When you talk to anyone who’s been in the industry for a while, they’ll tell you that it’s who you know that really matters. Having a strong network means you’ll keep getting recommendations for jobs. And that’s the best way to make sure you have a steady stream of work. That’s not a problem if you’re comfortable talking to new people. But what…
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We thought we’d take a look at some common tradie stereotypes and see if we could sort the fact from the fiction. Fair to say that the results surprised even us!
We take a look at why safety management is so important when working in construction.
A good network of contacts is important in every industry. Have a chat with almost any tradie and you’ll find it’s a pretty common way to find work.
Australians have a bit an obsession with statistics. And at Goodwork, we’ve got a bit of an obsession with tradies. Here’s our suprising tradie statistics.
When most people think of networking, they’re imagining a corporate suit in a bar schmoozing to get his next sale. But that’s not how it has to be!
When it comes to finding work you’d have heard the phrase – it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. It applies to everyone, especially tradies.