Construction workers often make $18 to $20 per hour and are required to wear a uniform.

If they don’t, they’re fired.

And a new study by the American Association of University Women has found that about 70 percent of construction workers nationwide say they are paid below the federal minimum wage.

That’s a higher share than the U.S. as a whole, which is around 41 percent, according to a study released last week by the non-profit Center for American Progress.

Here’s what you need to know about how much a construction worker earns.

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The minimum wage is $7.25 per hour The federal minimum hourly wage is the minimum wage that workers in most states must pay their employers for work they do for less than 30 hours per week.

For construction workers, it’s $7, or $7 per hour, which puts them between $8 and $9 an hour.

Construction workers also often receive overtime pay for working extra hours, though the amount varies by company.

According to the Department of Labor, construction workers are paid about $9 per hour for most of the year.

The U.K., for example, pays workers an average of $7 a hour, with an average annual pay of about $15,000, according the government.

A survey by the Labor Department in May 2016 found that construction workers in the U, S.A., Canada, Mexico, Australia, Germany, France, Germany and Spain are the most likely to be paid below minimum wage, with construction workers making up nearly a third of those surveyed.

Construction jobs in the United States are relatively common, accounting for nearly a fifth of all jobs in 2016, according a 2017 report by the Economic Policy Institute.

According a 2015 report by The New York Times, the U.”s construction industry has an estimated $1.1 trillion in annual payroll and benefits costs and employs more than 2 million people, many of whom earn more than $20,000 per year.”

Construction workers in New York City earn about $13.35 an hour, according an analysis by the Times.

The federal wage hike is part of President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget, which included a $50 billion increase in the federal government’s construction tax credit, which was designed to help people pay for construction work.

The tax credit for construction workers was boosted by $25 billion in 2018, with $10 billion going to construction contractors.

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There are different types of construction worker The construction industry employs a variety of workers to help build roads, bridges, highways, schools, libraries and museums, according, the construction trades union that represents construction workers.

It also employs many temporary and part-time workers, who typically are on the job less than a year.

There’s also a wide range of jobs, from those that pay construction workers a certain wage to those that do not.

These jobs include cleaning and maintenance, as well as other non-maintenance jobs like roofing, electrical work, mechanical engineering, electricians and electrical inspectors, according.

A construction worker in the construction industry is generally paid $10.50 to $15 an hour or more, according one analysis by Construction News.

According the American Institute of Architects, the average hourly wage in construction jobs in 2018 was $18.28.

According an article in The Washington Times, construction is a popular career choice for many millennials, but it also carries a high risk of job loss due to lack of education, unemployment, underemployment and other economic factors.

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The building trades union is the largest union of construction employees in the country The construction trades unions are the largest construction union in the nation.

The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, which represents construction and manufacturing workers, represents about 6 million workers across the country.

The union has about 8,000 members nationwide.

It represents construction laborers in Pennsylvania, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, New York, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.

The construction union also represents construction supervisors, electrician-installers, carpenters, roofers, plumbers, plasterers and pipefitters, according its website.

A member of the construction unions union in New Mexico also serves as president of the state’s branch of the American Federation for Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, which includes a union that helps workers unionize.

The AFSLU also represents more than 300,000 construction workers from other states.

According its website, the union also advocates for fair wages for construction and the elimination of anti-union laws.

The AFT has also been involved in campaigns for higher minimum wages in several states.

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Construction work is dangerous A study by The Economist found that more than 40 percent of the workforce in construction is male.

A study published in the March issue of the British Journal of Engineering and Applied Science found that the average male construction worker is 29 years old.

That means that nearly one in three male construction workers has a mental

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