New York, NY, August 16, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- In a struggling economy, jobs are hard to come by, let alone careers. Since our economic recession in 2008, our unemployment rate has been in double digits for the first time since the stock market crash of 1929. One small step towards improvement is trade work, and our President allocating resources to rebuilding America’s infrastructure, resulting in the creation of jobs.
Throughout the United States we have small businesses like Macintosh Electric Corp of Westchester County, and New York City, involved in training and creating careers for tradesmen, primarily those located in Yonkers, Mount Vernon, Bronx County of New York City. In addition, it has been difficult to pursue higher education, which will have direct impact on our future job market.
With costs for college and continuing education at all-time high levels, America needs more proactive community members like Yonkers’s own Macintosh Electric Corp who can build a future for tomorrow’s trade workforce. Macintosh Electric Corp is just one Westchester County/New York City contractor rebuilding their job pool from the ground up by putting people to work, and taking steps by providing hands-on training, and safety tech, resulting in New York’s best and brightest blue collar workers returning back in their field of expertise.
Macintosh Electric Corp. has been Licensed and Insured since 1994, and proudly serves the 5 Boroughs of New York City (Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island), and Westchester County, New York.