Is construction management a good degree?
Okay back to me, i don't want to sit at a desk all day long, i like using my hands and move around. I would like to get into the waste water construction field or highway/road construction. Maybe bridge or skyscrapers but idk bout height.
Anyways my parents are advising against it, i know the residential construction is down, but commercial, come on, bridges roads, etc always need to be maintained. And according to the bureau of labor statistics, construction and its related field are supposed to be one of the fastest growing field in the next decade. well this is contradicting also the Maryland budget wast put out and there were 8 wastewater treatment plant upgrades from 5 to 11 million dollars in the budget in Annapolis and other cities. also construction management has on of the top ten highest average starting salaries
help i need advice
also i know i might have to move to where the construction jobs are which i don't mind outta college which is close to where i live.
but i worried how i will do, i know little about construction and nothing about waste water treatment plant construction, will i learn this stuff on job site or college?