Job market no problem for construction management grad

|  February 27, 2009 |

The first student to earn a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University North Central, didn’t have to look very far or hard to land his first job. After a two-week internship, Mark Gaylord was hired full time by AECOM, a diversified, worldwide commercial construction company. Gaylord’s advice to students considering a construction degree:

“Do it. The time and work is worth the effort….That all translates into skills and abilities you’ll use when you reach the work environment.”

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