The average cost of a high-end, full-time employee is somewhere around $160,000. The average salary for a new construction home building professional is around $64,000.
These aren’t all the salaries for construction professionals. If you’re looking to hire someone to help build your home, you need to know the average salary. If you don’t, you’re going to end up with an unhappy, unproductive employee.
It’s a good place to start because it tells you how much the average construction employee makes. So what is the average new construction home building professional salary? The salary ranges from $64k to $96k. If you don’t know your ceiling, you might be in a position to get an employee for around $75k.
The average construction employee in our office made a salary of 75k in our latest 4-day study. The top paid construction employee is the construction supervisor, who earns between 150k to 225k. The bottom paid construction employee is the contractor who makes between 50k to 100k.
The average construction worker makes about 75k. The top construction worker makes about 170k. The average contractor making between 60k and 100k.
And these figures are for people in our construction company. There are also construction contractors hired by the owner of the business, who make between 50k to 80k. But the average construction worker makes around 120k. The top construction worker makes about 160k. The top contractor making about 200k.
Our current salaries are pretty standard for contractors. We have the normal starting salaries for contractors, and they increase by about 10% every year. We also have the normal salary increase for the owner contractor, so that’s about 25% every year. The average contractor makes about 40% of its current salary. The top contractor makes about 60% of its current salary.
The reason we have different salaries is because our contract has different salaries for different contractors. The owner contractor has a very low salary, so he pays the rest of the staff and himself almost nothing. The other contractors, who we are the staff of, get paid on a piecework basis. So the owner contractor has to pay the other contractors their share of the salary, while he takes out the rest of the money himself.
It’s almost like contractors are being rewarded for their incompetence. While our contractor is a highly competent engineer, the other contractors are incompetent (in their own right) with the best of them being a horrible designer. They’re all just making it up as they go along, which is why they are making much less money than the owner contractor. I mean, it doesn’t get much worse than that.
While the owner is a genius, I don’t think it’s unreasonable to let him keep a portion of the money he earns while he takes out the rest himself. It doesnt bother me at all, but if it did, we would see some interesting outcomes. For instance, one of the other contractors may decide to have a little fun with the owner and give him a surprise pay raise. And even if he doesn’t, the contract would probably say you can’t do that.