Georgia is home to plenty of new construction projects, like the Georgia Museum of Art's new Study Centers in the Humanities. To skilled Georgia laborers like HVAC technicians and electricians, projects like these mean more overall growth and a steady income. Career training classes in electronics and HVAC maintenance prepare students for work in the Georgia construction industry.
Salary.com reports that entry-level HVAC technicians in Atlanta earn $38,800 on average, while more experienced technicians earn between $45,500 and $58,000. Entry-level Atlanta electricians earn $40,000 to $50,500 depending on experience. Although no career training program can guarantee a career or a salary, hiring managers in these skilled occupations generally prefer candidates with training or experience.