The Top States to Work in Construction: #34 New York

There are a ton of songs about the city of New York, but that unfortunately doesn't help the state in our countdown. Despite having the 4th highest cost of living, at 31.6% higher than the national average (according to MERIC), New York did still manage to land a few construction professions in the top 10, like crane operators, roofers, and concrete finishers, even after adjusting the numbers. 

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The Top States to Work in Construction: #35 Mississippi

If not for having the lowest cost of living in the country, according to the MERIC data, MIssissippi would be in contention for the lowest ranking on our list.  However, having a 14.5% lower than the national average boosted the state up 15 spots to #35 after adjustment. 

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