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Employees (BLS Estimate)
6.1M
ACS Estimate: 7.9M
Average Salary
$45,528
10th of 14 Sectors
Average Age
41.5

Workforce

Here we present a snapshot of jobs, wages, and opportunities in the Construction Sector.

Input/Output

The Bureau of Economic Analysis publishes estimates of the sources of costs and the purchasers of products for individual industries. Inputs (left hand side) include products of other industries, value added (including the value of labor, capital, and certain taxes), and imports. Uses (right hand side) include sales to other industries and sales for final consumption (including personal consumption, private investment, government consumption and investment, and exports).

Projections

The Bureau of Labor and Statistics projects the growth of the Construction Sector, both by number of employees and output. The growth rates presented below represent compound annual rates of change.

Workforce

Here we present a snapshot of jobs, wages, and opportunities in the Construction Sector.

Occupations

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Wages

Average Salary

Wage by Location

Wage by Gender for Common Jobs

Wage by Race & Ethnicity for Common Jobs

Wage Distribution

Opportunities

Locations with RCA

Input/Output

The Bureau of Economic Analysis publishes estimates of the sources of costs and the purchasers of products for individual industries. Inputs (left hand side) include products of other industries, value added (including the value of labor, capital, and certain taxes), and imports. Uses (right hand side) include sales to other industries and sales for final consumption (including personal consumption, private investment, government consumption and investment, and exports).

Industrial Flow

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Intermediate Inputs

Use of Output by Other Industries

Projections

The Bureau of Labor and Statistics projects the growth of the Construction Sector, both by number of employees and output. The growth rates presented below represent compound annual rates of change.

Job Growth

Output Growth

Top Changing Occupations

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