Compensation Survey Reveals Construction’s Pay Differences

Construction positions that require client-facing work pay better wages than jobs that don’t emphasize face-time, according to research from FMI. The firm provides management consulting, investment banking, and research to the engineering and construction industry. Duane Craig writes on ConstructionInformer.com that since the 2008 recession, some fundamentals in the industry have changed. “There’s been an increased emphasis on sales and the process of nurturing relationships is making business development, and project accounting/office management pay rates increase quicker than other industry occupations,” says Craig.

 

Compensation Survey Reveals Construction’s Pay Differences

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