AdvisorSmith Report Details Highest-Paying Construction Jobs that Don’t Require a College DegreeOctober 23rd, 2020 | by NEWCA
A recent analysis by AdvisorSmith found that 58 percent of construction managers do not have a college degree—bachelor or associated—but the median salary for this position is $95,260 per year. Construction managers’ average salary took the number two spot overall on the list of high-paying, non-college degree jobs and it is exponentially higher than the median national salary of $39,810.
In fact, the study found that several of the highest-paying jobs in the United States that don’t require a college degree are related to the construction trades.
Based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the highest paying construction jobs that do not require a college degree are...
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