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Pay Levels for Construction Jobs

Looking for a new career, perhaps one in the trades and construction sector? If you are one of the 6 million folks who are making a transition, you might want to take a look at the Bureau of Labor and Statistics chart that lists potential jobs in the construction and extraction sector, their descriptions and salary levels.

Although the pay levels were originally charted in 2017, the chart was updated in April of 2018. The chart is designed to give you an overview and starting place for your search or career change.

You might also consider entering your qualifications and certifications in the SteelToePro database where construction employers are searching for qualified workers today. Remember that there are six million jobs needing workers (not all of them in construction) and another 6 million folks who are considering a change right now. Lots of change creates lots of opportunities for you.

According to the Association of General Contractors (AGC), 78% of the companies in the construction industry are having a tough time finding qualified workers looking for a career with training both in the classroom and on the jobsite.

So, if you are looking or just thinking about it, click on the link to see what you might expect from a career in the construction industry.