The construction engineer is a job with a lot of perks.
A salary, travel and perks package, and a job well done.
And this year the gig is getting a lot better.
It’s been a while since the last time the job offered more than $1 million per year.
It was an anomaly in a time when pay was stagnant.
But that’s about to change.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, construction engineers have now made a lot more than that.
And if that doesn’t convince you, let me give you a little history.
Construction is a multi-billion-dollar industry.
Construction in the US, as in most countries, is a profession that requires a college degree.
But it’s the highest paid occupation in the country.
Construction engineers earn about $52,000 per year, or $1,500 more than their counterparts in the private sector.
That’s about $1.5 million more than they earned a decade ago.
That means that the average construction engineer earns more than the average worker in the entire US.
And that’s just for the top 10 percent of construction workers.
Construction has also seen a big jump in wages, with an average of $1m per year in 2014.
That was more than double the average wage in the past decade, according to the BLS.
But construction isn’t the only profession seeing a big increase in pay.
The construction industry also is making a lot less money than the public sector.
Construction jobs were worth $1 billion in 2014, but they are worth only $7 billion, according the Bureau.
Construction and engineering jobs have traditionally been the lowest paid, but those are now on the rise.
In the last 10 years, the median construction wage has grown to $48,000, up from $31,000 a decade earlier.
The median pay for engineers has also grown over the same period, up to $53,000 from $37,000.
And while the average salary for construction and engineering is up, it’s down from the average of around $55,000 in 2014 (the most recent data available).
Construction is also seeing the biggest pay hike for managers and engineers.
They made up 56.6 percent of the jobs last year, up 2.2 percentage points from 2013.
But the construction industry is also getting a pay hike.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis recently released new data showing that the median pay of construction and construction managers increased by 0.2 percent last year to $71,500 from $67,600 in 2013.
And the median wage for engineers increased by 2.7 percent last to $68,200 from $65,400 in 2013 (the largest increase of any occupation).
So the construction job isn’t getting any less lucrative, and the construction engineer job is definitely getting more attractive.
But not everyone is happy.
As the Bureau’s latest analysis shows, the average wages of managers and engineering workers are still stagnant.
According the BSA, the hourly wage of a construction engineer increased to $49,400 from $49:40 a decade before.
That is $3,000 less than it was in 2013, but $3.5 times the wage of the average private sector worker.
In other words, the typical construction engineer gets about $3 million less than a typical worker, and $2.5 more than a construction worker.
Construction engineer salaries are up 2 percentage points compared to 2013.
Construction workers are also getting less of the overall increase in the median salary, but construction workers are earning more than construction workers for the first time in at least a decade.
According with the BIS, the growth in median salaries for construction engineers in the last decade was driven by an increase in median pay at the top of the pay scale.
This was especially the case for managers, engineers and construction engineers.
The average salary of a manager in 2014 was $72,800, up $3 from 2013, and an increase of $2 from a decade prior.
The same thing happened at the bottom of the wage scale.
The BIS reported that the salary of an engineer grew by $3 per year to just over $50,000 last year.
This increase was $1 for every $100 that they made.
That meant that a manager who made $60,000 earned about $2,500 less than an engineer who made the same amount.
That kind of a pay cut for a construction engineering worker could drive a lot harder on their pocketbooks.
So as construction and engineers continue to pay a lot higher salaries, many construction workers may want to consider a different career.
For many of us, our biggest passion is to build something.
It may take a lot longer than we think, but we’re building something.
And construction and management are no different.
For the average building engineer, the last ten years have been a very good time to be a construction manager.
They’ve had the chance to work in a world where many of their colleagues are in their 30s and 40