2022 Top 20 Highest Paying Cities/Areas for Construction Workers/Laborers

Below are the top 20 highest paying cities/areas in the United States for construction workers/laborers in 2022. 

 

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In this list, you can see the places that pay the most for construction workers

 

 

 

 

 

1:  Location: Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI

Hourly Wage: $35.07

Weekly Wage: $1,402.87

Annual Wage: $71,546.31

Pays 53.50% more than the national average for construction workers.

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2:  Location: Urban Honolulu, HI

Hourly Wage: $33.49

Weekly Wage: $1,339.74

Annual Wage: $68,326.50

Pays 46.59% more than the national average for construction workers.

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3: Location: San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles-Arroyo Grande, CA

Hourly Wage: $32.71

Weekly Wage: $1,308.39

Annual Wage: $66,727.70

Pays 43.16% more than the national average for construction workers.

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4: Location: Springfield, MA-CT

Hourly Wage: $32.40

Weekly Wage: $1,296.19

Annual Wage: $66,105.94

Pays 41.83% more than the national average for construction workers.

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5: Location: Boston-Cambridge-Nashua, MA-NH

Hourly Wage: $32.38

Weekly Wage: $1,295.32

Annual Wage: $66,061.53

Pays 41.73% more than the national average for construction workers.

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6: Location: New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA

Hourly Wage: $32.36

Weekly Wage: $1,294.45

Annual Wage: $66,017.12

Pays 41.64% more than the national average for construction workers.

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7: Location: Hawaii / Kauai nonmetropolitan area

Hourly Wage: $32.22

Weekly Wage: $1,288.79

Annual Wage: $65,728.45

Pays 41.02% more than the national average for construction workers.

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8: Location: North Coast Region of California nonmetropolitan area

Hourly Wage: $31.38

Weekly Wage: $1,255.27

Annual Wage: $64,018.62

Pays 37.35% more than the national average for construction workers.

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9: Location: San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA

Hourly Wage: $31.38

Weekly Wage: $1,255.27

Annual Wage: $64,018.62

Pays 37.35% more than the national average for construction workers.

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10: Location: Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI

Hourly Wage: $31.11

Weekly Wage: $1,244.38

Annual Wage: $63,463.48

Pays 36.16% more than the national average for construction workers.

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11: Location: San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA

Hourly Wage: $30.78

Weekly Wage: $1,231.32

Annual Wage: $62,797.32

Pays 34.73% more than the national average for construction workers.

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12: Location: Providence-Warwick, RI-MA

Hourly Wage: $30.76

Weekly Wage: $1,230.45

Annual Wage: $62,752.91

Pays 34.64% more than the national average for construction workers.

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13: Location: Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA

Hourly Wage: $30.70

Weekly Wage: $1,227.84

Annual Wage: $62,619.67

Pays 34.35% more than the national average for construction workers.

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14: Location: Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT

Hourly Wage: $30.59

Weekly Wage: $1,223.48

Annual Wage: $62,397.62

Pays 33.87% more than the national average for construction workers.

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15: Location: Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA

Hourly Wage: $30.52

Weekly Wage: $1,220.87

Annual Wage: $62,264.38

Pays 33.59% more than the national average for construction workers.

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16: Location: St. Louis, MO-IL

Hourly Wage: $30.48

Weekly Wage: $1,219.13

Annual Wage: $62,175.56

Pays 33.40% more than the national average for construction workers.

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17: Location: Redding, CA

Hourly Wage: $29.71

Weekly Wage: $1,188.22

Annual Wage: $60,598.97

Pays 30.01% more than the national average for construction workers.

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18: Location: Springfield, IL

Hourly Wage: $29.47

Weekly Wage: $1,178.64

Annual Wage: $60,110.44

Pays 28.97% more than the national average for construction workers.

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19: Location: Rockford, IL

Hourly Wage: $29.37

Weekly Wage: $1,174.72

Annual Wage: $59,910.59

Pays 28.54% more than the national average for construction workers.

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20: Location: Barnstable Town, MA

Hourly Wage: $29.08

Weekly Wage: $1,163.40

Pays 27.30% more than the national average for construction workers.

 

 

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This list was comprised from publicly available United States Bureau of Labor Statistics data. The data shows hourly rates, which are then multiplied by 40 (for the 40 hour workweek) to obtain the weekly wage.  That weekly figure is then multiplied by 51 to get the annual wage.  The reason why we didn’t multiply by 52 (the number of weeks in a year) is because people often don’t work every workday in a given year.  Given holidays, sick days, personal days, etc., we gave some wiggle room with 51 weeks to arrive at a more realistic figure.

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