Work like a woman
A woman’s job is wherever she wants it to be, and for some, a career in construction might be the right path for career success. We are LIUNA, the Laborers’ International Union of North America, and we are a 25,000-member strong union and work to build a better New Jersey by building better.
Thanks to collective bargaining agreements with many of the state’s top construction employers, every member—regardless of their background or identity—is paid the same wages and benefits for the same work. No pay gaps here. At LIUNA, we don’t just accept differences, we welcome and support them. We believe in the power of unity without uniformity.
Motivated and hard-working men AND WOMEN are always welcome with us.
A career in construction isn’t for everyone but if you like to work with your head AND hands, maybe a career as a union laborer is for you. Through LIUNA’s federally-registered apprenticeship programs, you will receive a free education, paid on-the-job-training, and the chance to work for some of the industry’s top employers. You can find us building your roads and bridges, modernizing your water and energy systems, performing environmental remediation, and constructing everything from schools to stores, hospitals to hotels. Motivated and hard-working men and women are always welcome with us.
Do you have what it takes to build a career by building union?
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If you have a willingness to learn and work hard, you might have what it takes to join LIUNA, the Laborers’ International Union of North America. We are 25,000-members strong and work to build a better New Jersey by building better. Through our federally-registered apprenticeship program, men and women receive the skills and paid on-the-job training to build a career in construction (and can also receive college credits for course work).
By working in construction, you will challenge yourself both physically and mentally while working on projects of every size and scope. By working union, you will also have the support you need to turn a job into a career.