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We've complied information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to help you get a better idea of employment in Construction in Indianapolis.

Construction

  • Job opportunities are expected to be excellent for experienced workers, particularly for certain occupations.

  • Workers have relatively high hourly earnings.

  • About 65 percent of establishments employ fewer than 5 people.

  • Construction includes a very large number of self-employed workers.Nature of the Industry

Drywall Installers, Ceiling Tile Installers, and Tapers

  • Most workers learn this trade on the job by starting as helpers to more experienced workers; additional classroom instruction may also be needed.

  • Job prospects are expected to be good.

  • Inclement weather seldom interrupts work, but workers may be idled when downturns in the economy slow construction activity.

Electricians

  • Job opportunities should be very good, especially for those with the broadest range of skills.

  • Most electricians acquire their skills by completing an apprenticeship program lasting 4 to 5 years.

  • About 4 out of 5 electricians work in the construction industry or are self-employed, but there also will be opportunities for electricians in other industries.

Glaziers

  • Many glaziers learn the trade by helping experienced workers.

  • Job opportunities are expected to be good.

Hazardous Materials Removal Workers

  • Working conditions can be hazardous.

  • Formal education beyond high school is not required, but government standards require specific types of on-the-job training.

  • Good job opportunities are expected, mainly due to the need to replace workers who leave the occupation.