It seems like Carpenter Helpers are becoming more and more common across America. But working conditions for Carpenter Helpers aren’t the same everywhere in the U.S.
Our research shows that Alaska is the best state in the country for Carpenter Helpers.
The most common schools for Carpenter Helpers are Delgado Community College, Baton Rouge Community College, and Southeastern Louisiana University, and the most common majors are Business and General Studies.
Alaska is the best state for jobs for Carpenter Helpers, and Idaho is the worst.
The most common pay in Alaska is $35,017, while the median pay in Idaho is $19,565.
a Carpenter Helper will most commonly be promoted to Carpenter.
We looked at the most recent data to rank all fifty states from best to worst for Carpenter Helper jobs.
Some of the companies that are hiring for Carpenter Helpers include Fluor and James Construction Group LLC.
Below is the list of the best states for Carpenter Helpers.
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7. New Hampshire
10. New Jersey