Construction Laborers and Helpers
Construction laborers and helpers perform many tasks that require physical labor on construction sites.
Most construction laborers and helpers typically work full time and do physically demanding work. Some work at great heights or outdoors in all weather conditions. Construction laborers have one of the highest rates of injuries and illnesses of all occupations.
How to Become a
Construction Laborer or Helper
Construction laborers and helpers learn their trade through on-the-job training. Formal education is not typically required.
The median annual wage for construction laborers and helpers was $33,450 in May 2017.
Job Outlook Employment
of construction laborers and helpers is projected to grow 12 percent by 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. Laborers and helpers work
in all fields of construction, and demand for these workers should mirror the
level of overall construction activity.