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Wages in Home Building and Remodeling

February 12, 2014

Eye on Housing

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 of employees in the industry (click the chart below for a more detailed view).  It should be noted that typical wages will vary greatly from area to area, so the following data are national medians – wages in your area may differ.

median wages_res construction_2012

The U.S. median annual wage in 2012 was $34,750. The chart above plots the medians for various occupations in the home building and remodeling sector (the single item above with no value did not have sufficient data). The OES survey defines employment as the number of workers who can…

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