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    Job Description: Experienced journeyman level carpenter and general construction laborer. The ideal candidate will have experience...

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    Any inquiries can be confidentially directed to Lori Carpenter at 412-255-3770 or ....

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    Preference given to candidates with a minimum of 12 months of formwork / concrete construction work experience as a Carpenter at m...

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    National company servicing mainly Mississauga, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Markham, Scarborough and into Durham is looking for skilled...

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    McCarthy is currently accepting applications for Carpenters with experience working on large construction jobsites....

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    Assist carpenters and other trades Qualifications. McCarthy is currently accepting applications for Laborers with experience on la...

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Carpenter Jobs & Employment Information

Jobs for carpenters continue to grow; most significantly because it cannot be automated or outsourced completely. Carpenter job openings exist in a range of industry segments such as small time home-improvement firms to multi-million dollar infrastructure development companies.

With a little over 1 million carpenter jobs in the year 2010, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates a 20% growth in this particular field. To build a career as a carpenter, you can acquire some formal vocational training or enroll with a trade school. You may also assist an experienced carpenter or take up a formal apprenticeship with an employer.

With experience, a carpenter has the opportunity to become a carpentry or general construction supervisor. Also, considering the influx of Latin-Americans in this profession, carpenters who are bi-lingual in Spanish and English tend to progress faster in this field.

The median salary of a carpenter has been estimated to be $40,010. However, the top ten percent earns as much as $71,890 USD annually. This means that carpenters have higher scope of earning when compared to other skilled labor workers such as that of mechanics.