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Career Pathways connects grads with the asphalt pavement industry

It’s graduation season across the country, and as newly minted graduates turn their tassels, NAPA has resources in place for those looking for their next challenge.

NAPA’s Career Pathways website maps out many of the jobs and positions available throughout the asphalt pavement industry, complete with prerequisites and promotion outlooks.

From laborers to engineers and office workers, asphalt pavement companies offer stable, well-paying jobs for anyone with a good work ethic and an urge to connect people through high-quality asphalt pavements.

The asphalt industry needs skilled workers and provides its workers with advancement pathways and opportunities to grow. 

  • 91% of contractors are looking to hire new employees
  • Women make up 9.9 percent of the construction workforce, yet construction is an industry close to gender pay parity, with women making 99.1% of what men make. (Nationally women earn on average 81.1%).
  • Start a good career without the burden of college debt. With on-the-job training, workers can earn while they learn, and quickly gain the financial independence to start living the lifestyle they want.

Asphalt pavement companies are looking for entry-level, mid-career, and seasoned professionals to join the industry and with on-the-job training there are numerous opportunities available throughout the United States. Support your family, stay physically fit, and join a diverse workforce building the roads that connect America.

“The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that people with bachelor’s degrees take home $1,173 on average each week. For comparison, those entering the road construction industry with only high school diplomas average about $846 per week and don’t have the burden of college debt while also starting their career four years before their peers with numerous pathways to advancement.”

NAPA Career Pathways website
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