Construction Dive article by Kim Slowey
Using 2018 data, the study authors found that by midcareer, those who completed a union construction apprenticeship were making an average hourly wage of $40.40, while those who obtained a bachelor's degree were making $35.28 per hour. Both first-year union ($19.15 per hour) and nonunion ($16.54) workers had a higher hourly wage than those with high school diplomas or their equivalents.
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