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Average construction pay pushes past $30 for first time (access required)

The construction industry added 23,000 jobs nationwide in September and average wages reached an all-time high, but there are still concerns when it comes to future hiring. The Associated General Contractors of American (AGC) said average hourly earnings increased 3.1 percent since September of 2017 to $30.18, surpassing $30 for the first time. That's also 10.8 ...

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