Tag Archive for ‘wages’

Highest Paid Occupations in Construction

According to the most recent release of the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), half of payroll workers in construction earn more than $45,820. In comparison, the US median wage is below $37,700. The OES publishes wages for close to 380 occupations in construction. Out of these, only 54 are construction trades. The other industry… Read More ›

Wage Growth in the Home Building/Remodeling Industry

Over the 2012-2014 period, rising job openings and employment in the residential construction industry have led to wage increases, with some occupations within the home building and remodeling sector experiencing wage growth at a rate twice the national average. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment Statistics Survey (OES) data and NAHB analysis, the 2014 median annual wage of most positions in… Read More ›

Wages in Home Building and Remodeling

Wages for most jobs in home building and remodeling typically exceed the median wage in the U.S., according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) Survey. In a previous analysis, we examined the kinds of jobs that exist in the residential construction sector. Using the same 2012 BLS data, it is possible to track wages… Read More ›