California: CONSTRUCTION EXECUTIVE JOBS IN CALIFORNIA
With so many mega heavy civil engineering and construction projects going on in and around California and throughout the country, the demand for civil engineers, executive and contractors is at its peak.
Construction Hunters’ recruiters have a wide network of executives from the field of construction and civil engineering. We not only make the best fit for your vacant positions promptly, but also meet your company’s goals in the long-run.
Our mission is simple: to make precise matches and build long-lasting relationships.
Following an eight-step recruiting process, we are in touch with our candidates even after an offer is accepted, in order to make a smooth placement.
We understand the entire construction industry from its core. It is fast-paced, moves on tight deadlines, and so construction job workers require a steady hand to make sure that projects remain on the right track.
WHAT DOES GOOGLE SEARCH DATA INDICATE?
There is very high demand for construction jobs everywhere in the country and California has a higher number of search results (62,260) than most U.S. states. The highest demand is in Los Angeles (52.6%), followed by San Francisco (16.8%) and San Diego (14.9%).
REAL ESTATE GROWTH HINGES ON NUMBER OF JOBS
Traditionally, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Jose, Boston and Houston are a few of the major cities which have led the way to real estate growth in U.S.A. However, it is predicted in the near future that second-tier cities, like Portland, Miami and Dallas that will experience faster growth than big cities where construction have boomed.
Following the deep recession period the nation experienced between 2007 and 2009, there has been sluggish growth in wages as well as real estate recovery. In spite of the slow recovery in recent years, New York City, Chicago and Orange County still top real estate prospects.
HIGH WAGES ACROSS U.S.A.
The average wages for construction jobs is very high in U.S.A. and California has one of the top wage averages ($26.03/hour) or $54,130 per year. The table below compares the mean annual wages in 5 major U.S. States for the period 2010 to 2014, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Construction Hunters places people in real estate development across the U.S.
If you are searching for California construction executive jobs or placement assistance in the construction industry, don’t hesitate to call our California construction executive recruiters @ 214-935-3626.