Construction Managers

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Occupation Description

Construction managers advise, strategize or coordinate, generally through an assistant or subordinate at a supervisory level, all duties related to construction and maintenance of structures, systems or facilities. They also take part in the development of a project and oversee the organization, budgeting and other key aspects of implementation. This field also includes specialized managers in the construction fields, such as carpentry or plumbing.

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Total Employees In 2010


Job Openings By 2025


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Required Education

Associate's degree
Specific Programs:
Associates in Construction Management

Required Work Experience

More than 5 years

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