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Job Profiles to Inspire Lift Industry Careers

Job Profiles to Inspire Lift Industry Careers

Despite the fact that the construction industry is both lucrative and exciting, it is experiencing its largest shortage of skilled labor --- And as baby boomers continue to retire, the shortage is projected to worsen. 


Through ALL's participation in the 

Lift & Move USA career series

, it became clear that most millennials are unaware of the vast opportunities available in the heavy lift sector. 

As an initiative to address this, ALL began profiling employees in various roles. (Check back as more will be added)


Articles from ALL’s “…In the Life” series

ENGINEERING a Future:  Daniel Giera is responsible for the weld shop, machine shop, paint shop, and trailer shop. But he isn't a welder, fabricator or painter -- He trained as a mechanical engineer.


SERVICE MANAGER with Knack for the Work: Professional problem-solver Willie Schneider seamlessly blends being a mechanic, a customer service rep, a parts expert, and an employee trainer 


The Man in the Cab: CRANE OPERATOR Tobyn Theiss loves what he does so much that he never wants to retire


Coming Home: Long haul TRUCK DRIVER Jimmy Hill left retired from the road to join the LOGISTICS/DISPATCH department  


Operator Turns SALES SPECIALIST: Brian Meek brings his knowledge of heavy lift equipment to help customers


BEYOND the Hard Hat: Other Careers in the Industry


The Next Generation of Excellence at ALL Crane


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