Roofers have one of the most uncomfortable jobs on any construction site, especially when installing a dark roofing material. A traditional black roof, either asphalt shingles or EPDM, can be up to 50 degrees warmer than the surrounding temperatures.
It's also one of the most dangerous professions in the industry. Not only is it one of the most heavily cited group by OSHA, it also leads in number of fatalities per 100,000 workers.
Having said that, let's take a look at how they're paid in each state... Read More
Painters are typically one of the last subcontractors on any construction site, who do their best to beautify the drywall with the colors of the architect's or interior designer's choosing. Some painters are also responsible for mudding drywall, patching holes, sanding, and caulking.
Let's take a look at how an average painter's hourly wage compares in each state... Read More