Construction companies in Hungary are looking for more than just a job.
The construction industry has grown at a remarkable pace in recent years.
In 2016, the Hungarian government said the industry employed nearly 6 million people.
However, that number has since risen to more than 9.5 million.
With the number of jobs in the industry expected to increase by 50 percent over the next three years, there are many more people seeking jobs in construction than in any other sector.
According to the Hungarian Statistics Institute (BIS), there are now more than 8.3 million people in construction in Hungary, with 1.4 million of them working in construction companies.
“We have been waiting for a long time for the start of the construction boom, and we’ve been waiting with great expectations for this,” construction company president Ettore Kuczmarski told News24.
He said he is not just an employee, but also a shareholder.
“I think I am one of the owners of the company,” he said.
The construction industry employs around 1.5 billion people across the globe, but it is a difficult industry to break into.
The average salary in Hungary is around €50,000, while the average salary of a construction worker in the country is around $100,000.
The majority of the companies are located in the west of the country, but construction companies are also found in the east, as well as in rural areas.
Many companies are registered in the capital Budapest.
Construction companies are often referred to as “councils” in Hungarian, and they are governed by a board of directors.
Construction companies have also seen an influx of foreign investment, as many investors are attracted to Hungary by its low unemployment rate and the low cost of living.
But, it is not only construction companies who are hiring more workers in the construction industry.
In the last few years, more than 1,000 companies have started to expand their operations in the Balkans and in Serbia.
“The construction boom has been accompanied by a rise in foreign investment in Hungary,” Kucsik said.
“In Serbia, construction is one of Europe’s most attractive industries, but its future is uncertain,” he added.
With the construction sector booming in Hungary and with many companies looking to expand abroad, many people are looking to invest in their future.
According to Kucsiks company, the construction workers are very well paid and have a strong salary structure.
The salaries for those who take on more jobs than 20 hours per week are set at about 40,000 to 50,000 hryvnias ($1,500 to $2,000), he said, adding that construction companies also have a long-term plan to increase their workforce.
Miron Construction company, which has offices in Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro, recently opened a second headquarters in Belgrade.
The company employs around 100 people and it has hired more than 6,000 construction workers since the beginning of the year.
In 2016, Miron Construction also had its headquarters in Budapest.
According the company, it has been expanding its operations in Serbia and Montenegra, which are both developing their own infrastructure and attracting more investment from abroad.
When it comes to the future of the economy, the company is not worried about the downturn in construction jobs.
“There is no need to worry,” Miron’s CEO, Vadim Miron, told News 24.
“Construction will be here for many years, and it will be a big part of the Hungarian economy.
In fact, we are investing over €50 million in our future.
We have the right to build and invest in this country, and that is what we are doing.”