Why Become a Mason?
Building great structures and pushing architectural boundaries, masonry workers have been considered artists through time. Today masonry remains one of the most highly sought after trade skills available. From new construction to the upkeep of historical landmarks, masonry workers ensure a structure is built correctly and the job is done right. This trade sees an average age of 39, meaning there’s plenty of room in the workforce and make upwards of $78k.
Becoming a Mason
Meet Education Requirements
Attend Technical College or Trade School
Use trade and on-the-job knowledge to obtain additional work licenses
Straight to Workforce
Although the majority of construction laborers and helpers learn by apprenticeship programs, some construction laborers opt for on the job training.
Trade Career Opportunities
**Above career path chart shows how you might advance from one job title to another within the trade industry; not all trade pathways are the same and depend on each person’s ultimate goals and job opportunities