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Working As A Construction Worker

  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Performing General Physical Activities
  • Handling and Moving Objects
  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Operating Vehicles, Mechanized Devices, or Equipment
  • Repetitive

  • $32,900

    Average Salary

What Does A Construction Worker Do At Peopleready

* The Construction Laborer will be expected to be able to perform at minimum, the following.
* Performs excavation duties to include: shoveling, mixing, pouring and laying concrete.
* Setting of grade, forming, flat work and pouring footings.
* Moving duties: unloading and loading a truck.
* Moving heavy duty equipment.
* Demolition jobs for commercial buildings.
* Clean up job sites. - Performs other related duties as assigned.   Operates power tools to include:   -        air compressor -        jackhammer -        concrete saw -        trencher -        skill saw       For this long-term permanent work for the right candidate! The pay range is $12 -$16 per hour, based on experience.  Advancement opportunities and full benefits including health, dental, and vision insurance, a 401(k), paid holidays and vacations, and bonuses are available to those who qualify! If you meet the qualifications below, please apply today by clicking the Apply Now button! For more information please call or email chousewright@peopleready.com or 801
* Claudia Housewright
* Trade recruiter      JB
* LN Construction Labor,Construction Laborers,Construction Laborers and Helpers,Construction worker,Construction Helper,General Construction

What Does A Construction Worker Do At Palm Harbor Homes

* Works in a safe manner and follows all safety policies while performing job duties
* Maintains work area is kept clean and organized
* Follows work orders and instructions on correct assembly of building components
* Maintains open communication with supervisor regarding safety concerns and assembly of building components
* Preparation and assembly of various building components and materials used in the construction of a manufactured home
* Meeting weekly production goals per assigned Department
* May be cross-trained into other departments to ensure job knowledge progression and a balanced work force
* Performs various other job duties as assigned and needed
* Maintain a good attendance record
* Demonstrate a good work ethic based on principles of honesty and integrity

What Does A Construction Worker Do At Lamar Advertising

* Work with other Construction Workers on the installation and maintenance of ground mounted signs along controlled and non-controlled access roadways
* Installation and removal of additional signs attached to the ground mounted signs which requires construction work at various heights above ground level
* Vegetation control related to the ground mounted signs including removal of trees, brush, weeds, etc.
* Organization and cleaning of warehouse space and supply yard area
* Location Specific Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
* Willing to travel an average of 4 nights per week
* Willing to work/travel cycles up to 10 consecutive days at a time

What Does A Construction Worker Do At Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc.

* Works in a safe conscientious manner in all environments using proper safety habits.
* Loads necessary tools, materials and equipment on company trucks and drives or rides to work location.
* Places, rearranges or removes cables and associated plant.
* Connects and rearranges copper and fiber optic cable facilities associated with buried, underground and in buildings according to engineering design by utilizing hand tools and specialized equipment.
* Works with heavy duty power equipment and hand tools in the installation and maintenance of outside plant facilities.
* Does construction work such as digging holes, placing poles, laying cable and conduit in the ground.
* May be required to work in buildings, trenches, splice pits, cable vaults and hand holes.
* Attaches or detaches various kinds of hardware to wires, cables, buildings or poles.
* Utilizes test equipment in cable locating and to test for cable faults.
* Maintains accuracy in all reporting functions.
* Protects, cleans and ensures that preventative maintenance is performed on all assigned equipment.
* Heavy lifting may be required in handling tools, materials and supplies.
* Maintain a positive work atmospher by acting and communicating in a manner so that you get along with customers, clients, co-workers and manangement.
* Maintains compliance to all relevant OSHA, Safety or Departmental specific standards as directed by supervisor

What Does A Construction Worker Do At Access Pacific

middot; Schedule subcontractors, consultants, and vendors in critical path to ensure timely completion. · Perform quality control duties and responsibilities regarding the work being performed. · Communicate with project team regarding ASI's, RFI's, and Material Submittals. · Ensure that subcontractor is fully executing and complying with his contracted scope of work. · Coordinate required inspections with local jurisdictions. · Identify subcontractor non-compliance with safety, health, and environmental quality standards. · Identify conflicts in construction progress and communicate them to project team for resolution. · Maintain daily log of activities on the jobsite. · Perform Superintendent duties at multiple job sites, simultaneously. · Ensure subcontractor has corrected all deficiencies identified by project team. · Walk all units on project daily to monitor activities and assist in future planning. · Preside over weekly subcontractor meetings designed to coordinate the work. · Issue notices of non-compliance to subcontractors in regards to quality of work or scheduling. · Ensure that the job site is always kept in a clean and organized manner. · Perform job progress and completion punch list identification and completion · Gather project material submittals and maintain records of approvals at the job-site. ·

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How To Become A Construction Worker

Construction laborers and helpers learn their trade through on-the-job training (OJT). The length of training depends on the employer and the specialization. Formal education is not typically required.


Although formal education is not typically required, high school classes in mathematics, blueprint reading, welding, and other vocational subjects can be helpful.

To receive further education, some workers attend a trade school or community college.


Construction laborers and helpers learn through OJT after being hired by a construction contractor. Workers typically gain experience by performing tasks under the guidance of experienced workers.

Although the majority of construction laborers and helpers learn by assisting experienced workers, some construction laborers opt for apprenticeship programs. Programs generally include 2 to 4 years of technical instruction and OJT. The Laborers' International Union of North America (LIUNA) requires a minimum of 4,000 hours of OJT, accompanied by 300 hours of related instruction in such areas as signaling, blueprint reading, using proper tools and equipment, and following health and safety procedures. The remainder of the curriculum consists of specialized training in one of these eight areas:

  • Building construction
  • Demolition and deconstruction
  • Environmental remediation
  • Road and utility construction
  • Tunneling
  • Masonry
  • Landscaping
  • Pipeline construction

Several groups, including unions and contractor associations, sponsor apprenticeship programs, which usually have only a basic age qualification—age 18 or older—for entrance. Apprentices must obtain a high school diploma or equivalent before completing their apprenticeship. Some apprenticeship programs have preferred entry for veterans.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Laborers who remove hazardous materials (hazmat) must meet the federal and state requirements for hazardous materials removal workers.

Depending on the work they do, laborers may need specific certifications, which may be attained through LIUNA. Rigging and scaffold building are commonly attained certifications. Certification can help workers prove that they have the knowledge to perform more complex tasks.


Through experience and training, construction laborers and helpers can advance into positions that involve more complex tasks. For example, laborers may earn certifications in welding, erecting scaffolding, or finishing concrete, and then spend more time performing those activities. Similarly, helpers sometimes move into construction craft occupations after gaining experience in the field. For example, experience as an electrician’s helper may lead to becoming an apprentice electrician.

Important Qualities

Color vision. Construction laborers and helpers may need to be able to distinguish colors to do their job. For example, an electrician’s helper must be able to distinguish different colors of wire to help the lead electrician.

Math skills. Construction laborers and some helpers need to perform basic math calculations while measuring on jobsites or assisting a surveying crew.

Mechanical skills. Construction laborers are frequently required to operate and maintain equipment, such as jackhammers.

Physical stamina. Construction laborers and helpers must have the endurance to perform strenuous tasks throughout the day. Highway laborers, for example, spend hours on their feet—often in hot temperatures—with few breaks.

Physical strength. Construction laborers and helpers must often lift heavy materials or equipment. For example, cement mason helpers must move cinder blocks, which typically weigh more than 40 pounds each.

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Construction Worker Demographics


  • Male

  • Female

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  • White

  • Hispanic or Latino

  • Asian

  • Unknown

  • Black or African American

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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • French

  • German

  • Portuguese

  • Russian

  • Chinese

  • Arabic

  • Polish

  • Mandarin

  • Greek

  • Italian

  • Japanese

  • Carrier

  • Hmong

  • Korean

  • Ukrainian

  • Hebrew

  • Dakota

  • Hindi

  • Swahili

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Real Construction Worker Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Construction Worker Test-DOL Atlanta Atlanta, GA Jun 13, 2011 $70,000
Construction and Related Workers, All Other* M V Coastal, Inc. Edgartown, MA May 07, 2013 $67,954
1St. Line Sups/Mgrs of Construction + Extraction Workers Brand Scaffold Building Inc. Long Beach, CA Mar 23, 2011 $56,975
Pipelayer/Construction Worker M.S.P. Construction Corporation Newark, NJ Dec 20, 2016 $54,617
Construction Worker I S & B Construction, LLC MO Aug 01, 2012 $53,344
Construction Worker I North Star Construction and Engineering, Inc. CA Apr 01, 2012 $48,961
Construction and Related Worker JNS Limited Liability Limited Partnership Phoenix, AZ Dec 14, 2011 $45,914
Construction and Related Worker JNS Limited Liability Limited Partnership Phoenix, AZ Dec 20, 2011 $45,914
Construction Worker Clyde Goodwin Construction, Inc. Del Mar, CA Jan 01, 2012 $45,914 -
Construction Worker I MJB Landscaping & Construction CO Mar 15, 2011 $41,740
Construction Worker Gary's Construction Thompson, IA Jun 01, 2016 $38,589
Construction and Related Workers, All Other Company Smile LLC New Orleans, LA Feb 01, 2015 $36,147
Construction Worker 1 CDC Pools, Inc. AZ Jan 17, 2015 $29,114
Construction Worker 1 CDC Pools, Inc. AZ Nov 17, 2014 $29,114
Construction Worker On Residential Homes PW Construction TX Apr 08, 2013 $28,571
Construction Worker I Island Concrete Form, LLC MA Mar 15, 2012 $28,550
Construction Worker I EMB Construction Company LLC DBA FMB Construction VA Apr 01, 2012 $28,529
Construction Worker Masse Contracting Inc. LA Mar 01, 2015 $28,404
Construction Worker S&D Drywall and Construction, Inc. Smyrna, GA Jan 01, 2016 $27,924
Construction Worker I Romero Construction, Inc. UT Mar 01, 2012 $27,882
Construction Worker II Adcock Concrete, Inc. CO Apr 01, 2011 $24,251
Construction Worker I Wieber Steel Construction LLC SD Apr 01, 2011 $24,105
Construction Worker II Wieber Steel Construction, LLC SD Mar 15, 2012 $24,042
Construction Worker I G.E.M. Interiors Inc. OH Apr 01, 2012 $24,001
Construction Worker I JB Concrete TX Dec 10, 2011 $23,792
Construction Worker I G.K. Hall Construction, Inc. TX Jan 05, 2012 $23,708
Construction Worker I Praedavita Corporation DBA Blue Horse Building & D TX Apr 01, 2012 $23,708
Construction Worker I Double M Asphalt & Coating, Inc. CO Apr 01, 2012 $23,687

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Top Skills for A Construction Worker


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Top Construction Worker Skills

  1. Drywall Installation
  2. Construction Site Workers
  3. Safety Rules
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Skilled with drywall installation; limited experience in plastering
  • Assisted construction site workers with erecting structures and demolition.
  • Followed established safety rules and regulations and maintained a safe and clean environment.
  • Use of different materials used for door and window installation/removals.
  • Carry out tasks such as renovating properties and maintaining the job site.

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