Average Hourly Wage of Union and Non-Union Construction Workers

SHANE HEDMOND | March 28, 2018

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We just finished up our series on average hourly wages, by state, of 25 different construction professions.  The list included everything from laborers to construction managers and included wages in relation to each state’s cost of living. Next, I plan to compile all of the data from the wages by state series and organize them by the state’s ranking to let you know where your construction skills can get the most bang for their buck.

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