Question by  samvarghese (10)

Are hurricane construction jobs still available?


Answer by  wmwitt (71)

Simply: yes. Much damage from Hurricane Katrina remains. Most of the immediate clean-up and repair, or boarding up, has been done. However, there are still many wrecks and relics remaining. Further work will include demolition, major rehabilitation, and repair or replacement. Most of this work will be accomplished in the course of standard construction.


Answer by  TMyers (1084)

Hurricane construction jobs are definitely still around in certain areas. Louisiana and Florida are the most likely places to find them but they are not as abundant as they were a few years ago so it may take a little bit of searching.


Answer by  Eric6566 (115)

Yes. Hurricane Katrina occurred in 2005 and destroyed much of New Orleans. Lots of flood damage (and thus jobs) still exists in the city and its immediate vicinity.


Answer by  StarOne (941)

There are still hurricane constructions jobs available as some effect areas are still rebuilding. There are several online websites designed to help you find jobs in the field and in the location you are wanting to work. Government agencies, either local or online, are also an excellent resources for helping find the type of job you are looking for.


Answer by  derek94 (6)

absolutely. as a person living on the coast when katrina hit, i know for a fact that jobs are still available rebuilding the coast of mississippi and louisiana as well. from long beach to slidell, the beach is still deserted and trashy. i think its about time they clean it up, so that means there has to be people working!

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