In a career spanning more than a century, many construction workers have worked in an industry that’s largely gone underground.
But as the construction industry begins its third decade, many of those same workers are starting to get a second look.
The construction trades employ tens of thousands of people across the United States and around the world.
According to the American Association of Occupational and Labor Relations (AOLR), construction is one of the fastest-growing occupations in the United Stated.
In 2015, construction jobs increased in both urban and rural areas.
Construction is growing in the U.S. at a faster pace than other types of employment, according to the AOLR.
The jobs of the future include people working in advanced technologies, manufacturing and advanced manufacturing.
The jobs of tomorrow will be in building, engineering, transportation and other non-core sectors.
That’s because, as the economy continues to evolve, so will the needs of workers.
In the past, construction was seen as a low-paying occupation that required minimal education, little training, and a relatively low level of job security.
Today, construction is becoming one of America’s most lucrative occupations.
According the AASR, construction wages in the construction trades increased by an average of 11 percent between 2000 and 2015.
In fact, from 2000 to 2015, average construction wages increased by more than 30 percent.
Construction jobs also have become a high-paying career.
In the past few years, the average construction salary increased from $25,000 to $36,000.
That average salary is almost $1 million higher than in 2016, according the AIA report.
The future of construction jobs is a bit brighter in many parts of the country.
Construction has become a much-coveted occupation.
The construction industry in 2017 has expanded from the U