Construction Professional Career Information



Construction Company Manager – 82-140k

Construction Manager responsibilities include: Overseeing and directing construction projects from conception to completion. Reviewing the project in-depth to schedule deliverables and estimate costs. Overseeing all onsite and offsite constructions to monitor compliance with building and safety regulations.


Real Estate Development/House Flipper – 64- 140k 

Real estate developers work in one of the most challenging areas of the real estate field—land development. They purchase large tracts of land on which they build residential communities, industrial complexes, and shopping malls or other commercial structures.


Engineer- 59- 91k

An Engineer applies science and mathematics to technical problems. They help develop new products by recording and analyzing performance and material parts for testing. … With the help of the latest engineering software, Engineers design and produce the building blocks of machines, products or systems.


Contractor- 49- 103k 

A general contractor is responsible for providing all of the material, labor, equipment (such as engineering vehicles and tools) and services necessary for the construction of the project. A general contractor often hires specialized subcontractors to perform all or portions of the construction work.


Architect – 47-110k 

Architects create designs for new construction projects, alterations and redevelopments. They use their specialist construction knowledge and high-level drawing skills to design buildings that are functional, safe, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing.


City Planner 24-96k 

City planners determine the best way to use a city’s land and resources. They may help draft legislation, plan the construction of new public housing or buildings, help protect the environment, and suggest zoning regulations for private property.


Construction Site Foreman 34-92k 

Construction Foreman responsibilities include:

Coordinating construction work according to priorities and plans. Producing schedules and monitor attendance of crew. Allocating general and daily responsibilities.


Inspector/Codes Enforcement 39-54k 

Code enforcement officers are ultimately responsible for ensuring that all buildings and properties are in compliance with ordinances and zoning laws. Upon discovering violations, they promptly send out warning notices, assist owners in taking corrective steps, and charge penalties if noncompliance persists.