Welcome to our newsroom where we share important industry and job outlook announcements and more about the National Pest Management Association's workforce development initiative.
Pest Control Industry Stable Amid Fluctuating Job Market
Recognized as an essential service by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, professional pest control is largely unaffected by economic fluctuations. Pest control will be a solution as long as pests continue to be problematic, guaranteeing stability and job security despite what many economists fear could be another looming recession.
Pest Control Jobs Featured in Stars and Stripes Spring 2022 Transition Guide
Pest Control Jobs was featured in Stars and Stripes Magazine's Spring 2022 Transition Guide, highlighting why a career in professional pest control is a great next step for veterans transitioning out of the military. The article featured a spotlight on NPMA's PestVets Council, which is a mentorship program between established pest control veterans and newcomers to the industry.
High School Graduates Can Jump Right into a Lucrative Career, No Debt Required
If college isn’t the right next step, open the door to great growth and earning potential with a career in professional pest control. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) wants prospective job candidates to know that a career in pest control is the perfect next step for graduating seniors - no degree and no debt required!
Find Your Purpose in Pest Control
In this "employee" market where workers can be picky about their job hunt, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) wants prospective job candidates to know that a job in the professional pest control industry offers the benefits workers are looking for, such as good pay and flexibility, in addition to a sense of purpose, ample opportunities for growth and fair management practices. Plus, with training provided, workers can step right in to a lucrative career with no debt!
Exterminator Ranks Among U.S. News & World Report's 2022 Best Maintenance and Repair Jobs
Exterminator, also known as a pest control technician, was ranked in the top 10 best maintenance and repair jobs according to U.S. News & World Report. Jobs are ranked according to a variety of factors, such as salary, available job opportunities or job prospects, stress level and work-life balance. Exterminator received high marks for on-the-job training, upward mobility and a positive work-life balance.
Explore an Exciting and Dynamic Career Path in Pest Control
With millions of Americans quitting their jobs in search of more flexibility, more happiness, and more opportunities for advancement, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) wants prospective job candidates to know that the professional pest control industry not only durable and resilient, but it also offers the career benefits workers are valuing now more than ever before due to the pandemic.
National Pest Management Month Celebrates Tireless Efforts of Pest Control Professionals Across the U.S.
The National Pest Management Association underscores the essential role these professionals play in protecting public health and property.
Join an Industry with Promise: Professional Pest Control is Growing and Hiring
With millions of Americans out of work and searching for jobs due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) wants prospective job candidates to know that the professional pest control industry is growing and is encouraging new talent to join the workforce.
Want a Rewarding Career in a Growing Industry? Look No Further Than Professional Pest Control
The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) launches PestControlJobs.com to help prospective candidates learn about the exciting opportunities that await in professional pest control
NPMA Announces Launch of Workforce Development Initiative
The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) board of directors votes unanimously on a comprehensive plan to promote the professional pest control industry