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Carpenters

Carpenters build, erect and install a variety of structures and fixtures made from wood and other types of materials. Carpenters also repair structures and items. They perform a variety of tasks, however some carpenters specialize in one or two areas. Some carpenters primarily work for large construction contractors, whereas others may remodel homes.

Some carpenters specialize in constructing concrete forms for bridges, tunnels or sewer construction projects. Some carpenters focus on installation and maintenance projects. They may repair cabinets and desks or install ceiling tiles and doors. A number of carpenters specialize in cabinetmaking. Cabinetmakers custom design cabinets, shelves and other types of fixtures for stores, restaurants and homes.

Rough carpenters typically work outdoors and utilize unfinished wood and other materials. They perform tasks such as framing houses, making forms for concrete and construction scaffolding. Finish carpenters may cut and fit doors and interior molding. They may also lay hardwood floors and construct and install cabinets.

Responsibilities

  • Build frameworks
  • Install and repair structures
  • Install hardwood floors
  • Review specifications in blueprints, building plans and sketches to prepare a project layout and to decide the dimensions and the materials that are needed
  • Cut or shape material to specified measurements
  • Adhere to established safety rules and regulations
  • Inspect floor and ceiling tiles, wall coverings and other materials for damage
  • Measure and mark cutting lines and different types of materials

Job Characteristics

Carpentry work can, at times, be strenuous. Due to the material and tools they use and their work situations carpenters risk injury. A lot of carpenters work 40 hours a week, however sometimes they work additional hours.

Carpenters should have good hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity, good balance and be in good physical shape. In addition, the ability to solve mathematical problems is important in the occupation.

Employment Outlook

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has projected a 12 percent employment growth for carpenters from 2008 to 2018 which is about as fast as average for all occupations. The fluctuations of the economy significantly affect the demand for carpenters.

In 2008 the median hourly wage for carpenters was $18.72. The highest paid 10 percent earned more than $33.34 per hour.

In 2008 approximately 32 percent of all carpenters were self-employed. Approximately 32 percent of carpenters worked in the construction of buildings industry and about 22 percent of carpenters worked for specialty trade contractors.

Experienced carpenters may move up to carpentry supervisor and general construction supervisor positions. Some carpenters become independent contractors. The ability to communicate in English and Spanish is becoming increasingly important for those seeking to advance in their careers.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Training for carpenters is provided by vocational schools, formal apprenticeship programs and on-the-job training. Those seeking to become carpenters can collect knowledge and skills while in high school. Beneficial classes include mechanical drawing, general shop, blueprint reading, English, geometry, algebra and physics.

After completing high school, some workers become carpenter's helpers and assist experience workers. While working as carpenter's helpers they may receive additional training at a community college or a vocational school.

Some employers provide formal apprenticeships which blend classroom learning with on-the-job training. Apprenticeship programs usually take three to four years to complete, however new rules may let apprentices finish the programs earlier as competencies are demonstrated. Carpenters that complete formal apprenticeship programs are given certification as journeymen. Carpenters can achieve other certifications such as in high torque bolting and scaffold building.

There are a limited number of apprenticeship programs, thus only a small portion of carpenters are able to learn their trade from these programs. Most apprenticeship programs are provided by industrial and commercial building contractors and construction unions. In addition, some carpenters become members of the United Brotherhood of Carpenter and Joiners of America.

There are numerous private and public vocational schools and training academies that are affiliated with contractors and unions that provide training for carpenters. Employers often view these training programs as beneficial and typically start these students at a higher level than workers without this training.

Resources

Major Employers

The top employment sectors are nonresidential building construction, building finishing contractors, residential building construction; foundation, structure and building exterior contractors, and employment services.

Schools for Carpenters are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Carpenters

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Carpenters jobs , as of 2015

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Birmingham 2330 $36,070
Hoover 2330 $36,070
Mobile 830 $36,300
Huntsville 650 $32,910
Tuscaloosa 490 $35,390
Montgomery 360 $31,510
Decatur 340 $40,940
Dothan 290 $23,090
Foley 270 $27,370
Fairhope 270 $27,370
Daphne 270 $27,370
Auburn 230 $34,610
Opelika 230 $34,610
Anniston 130 $31,820
Jacksonville 130 $31,820
Oxford 130 $31,820
Florence 120 $35,960
Muscle Shoals 120 $35,960
Gadsden 40 $34,710
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 1290 $68,700
Fairbanks 250 $62,950
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 6410 $38,830
Mesa 6410 $38,830
Phoenix 6410 $38,830
Tucson 1020 $35,580
Prescott 370 $39,740
Yuma 290 $34,720
Lake Havasu City 120 $32,680
Kingman 120 $32,680
Flagstaff 120 $35,820
Douglas 70 $37,490
Sierra Vista 70 $37,490
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 1400 $34,140
North Little Rock 1400 $34,140
Little Rock 1400 $34,140
Jonesboro 170 $31,090
Hot Springs 140 $28,440
Pine Bluff 110 $29,280
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Los Angeles 23280 $49,270
Long Beach 23280 $49,270
Anaheim 23280 $49,270
San Francisco 14170 $61,860
Hayward 14170 $61,860
Oakland 14170 $61,860
San Bernardino 11630 $44,850
Riverside 11630 $44,850
Ontario 11630 $44,850
San Diego 6480 $45,740
Carlsbad 6480 $45,740
Arcade 6060 $44,540
Roseville 6060 $44,540
Arden 6060 $44,540
Sacramento 6060 $44,540
Santa Clara 4400 $58,780
Sunnyvale 4400 $58,780
San Jose 4400 $58,780
Oxnard 1790 $48,420
Thousand Oaks 1790 $48,420
Ventura 1790 $48,420
Santa Rosa 1780 $61,760
Fresno 1470 $36,820
Santa Barbara 1060 $50,030
Santa Maria 1060 $50,030
Lodi 1010 $49,440
Stockton 1010 $49,440
Fairfield 920 $56,900
Vallejo 920 $56,900
Bakersfield 890 $39,140
Napa 880 $66,930
Modesto 810 $49,390
Salinas 780 $60,940
Watsonville 680 $55,350
Santa Cruz 680 $55,350
San Luis Obispo 510 $53,440
Arroyo Grande 510 $53,440
Paso Robles 510 $53,440
Chico 340 $42,180
Visalia 240 $45,860
Porterville 240 $45,860
Redding 230 $43,430
Merced 180 $51,900
Madera 140 $51,220
Yuba City 90 $45,930
El Centro 80 $58,390
Corcoran 80 $74,530
Hanford 80 $74,530
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 7450 $43,220
Lakewood 7450 $43,220
Denver 7450 $43,220
Colorado Springs 1080 $38,590
Fort Collins 630 $35,680
Boulder 580 $37,300
Greeley 480 $34,370
Pueblo 210 $37,980
Grand Junction 170 $38,260
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hartford 2240 $50,440
East Hartford 2240 $50,440
West Hartford 2240 $50,440
Bridgeport 1510 $53,910
Norwalk 1510 $53,910
Stamford 1510 $53,910
New Haven 1010 $49,140
Danbury 280 $54,560
Waterbury 190 $52,980
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 280 $39,480
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 9730 $35,940
West Palm Beach 9730 $35,940
Miami 9730 $35,940
Sanford 5540 $35,890
Orlando 5540 $35,890
Kissimmee 5540 $35,890
Tampa 4430 $33,860
St. Petersburg 4430 $33,860
Clearwater 4430 $33,860
Jacksonville 2630 $32,920
Cape Coral 2130 $37,010
Fort Myers 2130 $37,010
North Port 1650 $36,310
Sarasota 1650 $36,310
Bradenton 1650 $36,310
Ormond Beach 1380 $32,450
Daytona Beach 1380 $32,450
Deltona 1380 $32,450
Naples 1280 $35,030
Immokalee 1280 $35,030
Marco Island 1280 $35,030
Winter Haven 1050 $30,990
Lakeland 1050 $30,990
Melbourne 890 $33,300
Palm Bay 890 $33,300
Titusville 890 $33,300
Port St. Lucie 850 $33,360
Crestview 600 $27,520
Destin 600 $27,520
Fort Walton Beach 600 $27,520
Tallahassee 500 $36,930
Sebastian 490 $37,530
Vero Beach 490 $37,530
Pensacola 470 $31,200
Brent 470 $31,200
Ferry Pass 470 $31,200
Panama City 400 $32,910
Gainesville 350 $34,900
Ocala 260 $29,000
Punta Gorda 240 $30,820
The Villages 190 $30,650
Sebring 140 $33,610
Homosassa Springs 80 $29,900
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 9080 $37,500
Sandy Springs 9080 $37,500
Atlanta 9080 $37,500
Savannah 490 $37,810
Macon 270 $27,670
Brunswick 220 $32,040
Athens 200 $29,350
Clarke County 200 $29,350
Gainesville 190 $35,900
Albany 180 $27,210
Warner Robins 170 $28,170
Dalton 120 $28,550
Valdosta 110 $30,300
Rome 90 $33,760
Hinesville N/A $38,940
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 2760 $69,130
Lahaina 690 $62,250
Wailuku 690 $62,250
Kahului 690 $62,250
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 1850 $33,210
Coeur d'Alene 690 $35,630
Pocatello 250 $32,410
Idaho Falls 250 $38,670
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Peoria 840 $53,340
Rockford 830 $47,650
Springfield 700 $45,250
Urbana 370 $55,610
Champaign 370 $55,610
Decatur 300 $38,320
Bloomington 270 $53,470
Carbondale 220 $37,640
Marion 220 $37,640
Kankakee 170 $49,600
Danville 60 $47,960
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 4350 $42,150
Carmel 4350 $42,150
Indianapolis 4350 $42,150
Fort Wayne 1290 $37,530
Elkhart 580 $38,680
Goshen 580 $38,680
Lafayette 410 $37,760
West Lafayette 410 $37,760
Terre Haute 320 $39,740
La Porte 270 $53,160
Michigan City 270 $53,160
Bloomington 260 $38,390
Kokomo 140 $29,540
Muncie 140 $52,820
Columbus 120 $41,100
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 1910 $40,870
Des Moines 1910 $40,870
Cedar Rapids 680 $40,270
Iowa City 540 $40,300
Cedar Falls 320 $35,630
Waterloo 320 $35,630
Ames 270 $36,570
Dubuque 260 $44,800
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 1500 $36,200
Topeka 580 $37,610
Manhattan 270 $38,410
Lawrence 220 $38,310
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 710 $38,300
Fayette 710 $38,300
Bowling Green 290 $36,660
Owensboro 280 $44,780
Fort Knox 150 $37,270
Elizabethtown 150 $37,270
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baton Rouge 3450 $37,780
New Orleans 2760 $38,050
Metairie 2760 $38,050
Lake Charles 1460 $42,010
Lafayette 1080 $35,530
Bossier City 850 $33,770
Shreveport 850 $33,770
Houma 500 $31,530
Thibodaux 500 $31,530
Monroe 390 $31,400
Alexandria 290 $34,130
Hammond 100 $37,090
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 970 $39,160
Portland 970 $39,160
Bangor 280 $36,920
Auburn 140 $36,750
Lewiston 140 $36,750
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 5500 $44,590
Towson 5500 $44,590
Columbia 5500 $44,590
Lexington Park 190 $45,240
California 190 $45,240
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 1100 $47,440
New Bedford 440 $48,530
Pittsfield 310 $50,830
Gardner 290 $38,280
Leominster 290 $38,280
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Warren 6730 $49,020
Detroit 6730 $49,020
Dearborn 6730 $49,020
Wyoming 2000 $39,970
Grand Rapids 2000 $39,970
East Lansing 810 $48,000
Lansing 810 $48,000
Portage 630 $43,250
Kalamazoo 630 $43,250
Ann Arbor 540 $57,660
Saginaw 410 $38,420
Flint 380 $47,430
Midland 290 $35,700
Jackson 280 $37,390
Benton Harbor 230 $34,320
Niles 230 $34,320
Muskegon 210 $33,660
Monroe 140 $41,150
Bay City 100 $38,560
Battle Creek 70 $41,500
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
St. Cloud 720 $40,330
Rochester 590 $40,090
North Mankato 210 $37,720
Mankato 210 $37,720
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Gulfport 670 $40,590
Pascagoula 670 $40,590
Biloxi 670 $40,590
Jackson 550 $34,100
Hattiesburg 260 $31,820
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 970 $40,700
Jefferson City 390 $41,160
Columbia 390 $44,050
Joplin 260 $40,920
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 680 $43,220
Great Falls 400 $44,300
Missoula 320 $36,910
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 1400 $31,160
Grand Island 310 $30,830
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 7050 $43,660
Henderson 7050 $43,660
Las Vegas 7050 $43,660
Reno 1870 $42,450
Carson City 100 $49,760
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 360 $44,470
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 810 $50,220
Atlantic City 520 $59,030
Hammonton 520 $59,030
Ocean City 400 $45,880
Bridgeton 220 $39,360
Vineland 220 $39,360
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 1530 $34,250
Las Cruces 360 $36,910
Santa Fe 360 $41,140
Farmington 200 $33,220
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 2360 $40,550
Niagara Falls 2250 $41,100
Cheektowaga 2250 $41,100
Buffalo 2250 $41,100
Albany 2240 $43,140
Schenectady 2240 $43,140
Troy 2240 $43,140
Syracuse 2030 $40,140
Utica 680 $39,490
Rome 680 $39,490
Binghamton 470 $41,140
Glens Falls 430 $41,070
Fort Drum 390 $43,900
Watertown 390 $43,900
Kingston 360 $46,250
Ithaca 240 $46,300
Elmira 110 $36,420
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 2290 $35,240
Greensboro 1230 $33,510
High Point 1230 $33,510
Asheville 850 $35,720
Durham 760 $36,360
Chapel Hill 760 $36,360
Winston 660 $33,960
Salem 660 $33,960
Wilmington 570 $40,760
New Bern 300 $31,010
Lenoir 280 $29,500
Morganton 280 $29,500
Hickory 280 $29,500
Greenville 280 $31,790
Fayetteville 220 $34,600
Jacksonville 190 $33,090
Burlington 120 $31,270
Goldsboro 80 $48,000
Rocky Mount N/A $27,410
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 520 $37,310
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Elyria 3470 $53,250
Cleveland 3470 $53,250
Columbus 2860 $43,620
Toledo 1050 $47,330
Akron 950 $43,980
Dayton 680 $43,050
Canton 630 $43,770
Massillon 630 $43,770
Mansfield 190 $45,270
Lima 170 $36,470
Springfield 60 $43,690
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 2010 $36,490
Tulsa 1360 $34,330
Lawton 200 $40,960
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salem 1120 $39,130
Eugene 860 $45,740
Redmond 690 $41,480
Bend 690 $41,480
Medford 410 $44,200
Corvallis 100 $45,340
Albany N/A $36,340
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 8040 $47,010
Lancaster 2910 $36,440
Harrisburg 1240 $44,810
Carlisle 1240 $44,810
York 1020 $41,060
Hanover 1020 $41,060
Wilkes 940 $38,260
Barre 940 $38,260
Hazleton 940 $38,260
Scranton 940 $38,260
Reading 820 $42,300
Erie 510 $37,250
State College 500 $37,090
Altoona 390 $36,530
Williamsport 360 $34,800
Waynesboro 310 $34,450
Chambersburg 310 $34,450
Johnstown 310 $37,150
Lebanon 240 $35,640
East Stroudsburg 170 $36,150
Berwick 170 $36,970
Bloomsburg 170 $36,970
Gettysburg 160 $49,370
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carolina 1680 $18,400
San Juan 1680 $18,400
Caguas 1680 $18,400
Ponce 210 $18,100
Isabela 170 $17,900
Aguadilla 170 $17,900
Mayag�ez 150 $18,560
Arecibo 130 $17,740
San Germ�n 50 $17,470
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 1880 $39,010
North Charleston 1880 $39,010
Columbia 1370 $37,010
Anderson 1360 $35,830
Greenville 1360 $35,830
Mauldin 1360 $35,830
Bluffton 370 $34,910
Hilton Head Island 370 $34,910
Beaufort 370 $34,910
Spartanburg 300 $31,510
Florence 170 $41,090
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 1210 $35,630
Rapid City 840 $31,980
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 1600 $38,260
Franklin 1600 $38,260
Davidson 1600 $38,260
Nashville 1600 $38,260
Knoxville 850 $33,290
Johnson City 130 $34,710
Jackson 110 $29,740
Morristown 110 $33,440
Cleveland 110 $36,240
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sugar Land 10410 $35,190
The Woodlands 10410 $35,190
Houston 10410 $35,190
Fort Worth 8350 $33,520
Dallas 8350 $33,520
Arlington 8350 $33,520
San Antonio 2860 $35,960
New Braunfels 2860 $35,960
Austin 2630 $35,630
Round Rock 2630 $35,630
Beaumont 1060 $44,920
Port Arthur 1060 $44,920
El Paso 1040 $26,790
Corpus Christi 800 $37,070
Lubbock 530 $30,540
Killeen 500 $34,060
Temple 500 $34,060
Amarillo 340 $43,940
Waco 310 $32,160
Mission 280 $29,170
Edinburg 280 $29,170
McAllen 280 $29,170
College Station 280 $34,680
Bryan 280 $34,680
San Angelo 240 $31,110
Abilene 230 $27,460
Tyler 220 $35,080
Odessa 190 $41,920
Harlingen 180 $29,130
Brownsville 180 $29,130
Wichita Falls 150 $33,250
Victoria 150 $33,600
Laredo 140 $33,430
Denison 130 $33,590
Sherman 130 $33,590
Midland 110 $35,360
Longview N/A $32,860
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 3630 $36,560
Provo 2110 $35,960
Orem 2110 $35,960
Ogden 1890 $33,610
Clearfield 1890 $33,610
St. George 580 $35,510
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 960 $42,340
Burlington 960 $42,340
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 2580 $37,360
Roanoke 980 $33,680
Charlottesville 710 $40,830
Lynchburg 560 $33,760
Harrisonburg 340 $36,810
Christiansburg 280 $35,820
Radford 280 $35,820
Blacksburg 280 $35,820
Waynesboro 220 $32,760
Staunton 220 $32,760
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 14030 $53,290
Tacoma 14030 $53,290
Seattle 14030 $53,290
Bellingham 1120 $54,370
Spokane 990 $46,540
Spokane Valley 990 $46,540
Richland 700 $36,180
Kennewick 700 $36,180
Silverdale 640 $54,570
Bremerton 640 $54,570
Olympia 570 $53,830
Tumwater 570 $53,830
Yakima 470 $38,360
Mount Vernon 410 $54,330
Anacortes 410 $54,330
Wenatchee 320 $43,710
Longview 240 $67,100
Walla Walla 140 $48,100
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 500 $43,110
Morgantown 370 $39,700
Beckley 190 $31,220
Parkersburg 120 $29,580
Vienna 120 $29,580
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Waukesha 2920 $47,270
West Allis 2920 $47,270
Milwaukee 2920 $47,270
Madison 2370 $62,720
Green Bay 1120 $48,430
Appleton 1010 $43,720
Neenah 750 $37,920
Oshkosh 750 $37,920
Janesville 450 $35,170
Beloit 450 $35,170
Wausau 370 $37,530
Fond du Lac 290 $50,260
Racine 270 $47,590
Sheboygan 230 $46,500
Eau Claire 200 $36,970
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 580 $41,500
Casper 350 $43,920

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Carpenters

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Construction 428,610 48% $39,870
Construction Trades 290,950 32% $38,480
Office Services And Staffing 33,730 3% $35,220
Civil Engineering 29,230 3% $40,390
Wood Products Manufacturing 20,360 2% $29,560
Furniture 15,890 1% $34,930
Government 12,140 1% $45,340
Hardware And Garden Stores 9,990 1% $33,250
Education 9,960 1% $39,460
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