Are you considering working for a sign company? Today’s post highlights some of the biggest benefits of working for a local sign shop, from leading salary to major job satisfaction.
[sc_fs_faq html=”true” headline=”h2″ img=”” question=”What AreThe Non-Monetary Rewards Of Working For A Sign Company ?” img_alt=”” css_class=”ct-faq”] Before we dive into the financial benefits of working for a sign company, let’s take a moment to recognize how this work nourishes the soul. [/sc_fs_faq]
One of the things sign shop workers love most about the job is seeing their handiwork on display throughout their communities. Unlike other industries where the fruits of your labor aren’t seen, sign shop workers are surrounded by proof of their community-building contributions.
But that’s not all. Working at a sign shop is creative, with every day bringing new challenges and design requests, and it’s cooperative, involving close collaboration with other team members. These virtues make the work worthwhile in non-monetary ways, as both a creative outlet and source of camaraderie, but they’re still only scratching the surface.
In addition to these enriching aspects of work, sign employees can take pride in being recognized as part of America’s “critical infrastructure.” As of April 2020, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Agency (CISA) declared all sign and graphics companies “essential businesses,” allowing them to stay open during the pandemic in order to serve vital infrastructure, manufacturing, and retail needs across the country.
Even now, Signworld partners are receiving praise for their work on the front lines to provide COVID-19 safety signage, along with other essential products and services that keep businesses afloat and communities safe. Joining their ranks not only gets you access to safe and steady employment during the pandemic, but also brings the gratitude of your entire community.
If you’re looking for a career you can feel great about, consider working with a sign company in your area.
● Earn more money per hour. The average hourly wage for well-paid US workers is about $21.50, according to the International Sign Association (ISA), or $20.99 for those laboring in the manufacturing industry. In contrast, the average hourly wage for sign and graphic employees is $22.05—and that’s just to start.
● Get raises more often. Sign company employees also tend to receive wages more frequently than those in other industries.
● Job security. As essential employees, you’re guaranteed a reliable source of revenue, even during unprecedented times.
Visit the SignWorld Business Alliance website or call 888-765-7446 to speak with a SignWorld representative and find sign companies hiring near you.