Construction engineer salaries are expected to rise dramatically in the future, as demand for the profession increases in the US.
In fact, the construction industry is predicted to be worth more than $1.4 trillion by 2023, according to a recent survey by Deloitte.
And the reason for that increase is a huge increase in the number of contractors and the number employed in the construction sector.
The number of construction contractors is projected to increase from around 11.3 million in 2017 to nearly 19.6 million by 2037, according the Deloittes survey.
And as more of these contractors become the new face of construction, their salaries will likely continue to rise.
“The trend of increasing pay and increasing labor costs for contractors has the potential to cause structural damage to the construction profession,” says John L. Schmitt, senior director of Deloist’s Institute for Construction and Urbanism.
“In other words, these pay increases could threaten the jobs and incomes of workers who currently rely on the labor of contractors.”
While there is no doubt that there will be a lot of construction work going sideways over the next few years, there are plenty of reasons why we’re excited about the future.
The rise in construction jobs could provide workers with better wages, better benefits and even better jobs.
Here are 10 reasons why.1.
Construction workers have been getting raises.
Construction worker salaries have been rising for some time now, but they haven’t always been at the same pace.
Construction contractors have been making an average annual salary of around $62,000 and the top 20% of construction workers received nearly $150,000 in wages last year.
But this has been going up over the last couple of years, which is pretty incredible.
For example, in 2015, the top 10% of contractors made an average of $89,000, while the bottom 10% earned just $56,000.
This is only slightly better than what they made in 2015.
And it’s not just the top contractors that are getting a raise.
For the first time in a long time, the number one position for a construction contractor is a manager, as well as a vice president and president of construction.
So construction workers have finally gotten a raise and that is huge.2.
Construction jobs are booming.
Construction is expected to be a $2.6 trillion industry by 2035, and this is expected largely because of demand for building and other services, according Deloisees survey of the profession.
And with more and more contractors and construction companies entering the industry, there will also be a big increase in demand for workers who can help with the construction projects.
In the next decade, there could be around 3 million construction jobs in the United States, according a study by Delaitte.3.
The construction industry will be worth $1 trillion by 2030.
That’s up from $900 billion in 2024.
That was a massive increase, and it is expected that this increase will keep going.
Construction companies will also become more and the construction economy will be valued at $1,000 billion by 2027, according Tooby & Co., a construction consulting firm.4.
Workers have been given raises.
According to the latest Delois survey, about 20% to 25% of the workforce are expected get raises over the coming decade.
These employees will have higher salaries and will also get more hours in a year, which will create a much larger pie.5.
The American construction industry could be worth up to $1 million per employee.
This could mean that workers will be paid more, as construction workers are considered highly paid.
And because construction is a high-paying profession, this could lead to the demand for more construction workers in the labor market.6.
The job growth could be strong.
Construction could generate jobs that pay well, provide better benefits, and allow companies to build bigger projects.
And there is also the potential for job growth in other sectors of the economy.
According the recent survey, construction jobs are expected for the construction industries and will create 2.4 million jobs.7.
The cost of living is going up.
Construction has been booming in recent years, and the increase in construction is expected.
In 2015, construction cost of goods sold was $2,931 per home, which was an increase of more than 1,000%.
That’s about 5% higher than it was in 2010.
And over the same period, the cost of electricity and gas was about $2 per kilowatt hour, which grew more than 4% year over year.
That means the construction boom is going to continue.8.
The workforce is going into the construction workforce.
Construction, as an industry, is projected for about 6.5 million jobs by 2033, according The Associated Press.
And according to the Deloanist survey, the workforce in construction will be estimated to grow by 6.6% over the course of