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Utah Occupational Report for
Carpenters

Occupational Code:  47-2031


Report Contents
Occupation Description Star Rating
Employment Projections Occupation Wages
License Information Related Occupations
Skills Industries and Employers
Schools and Training Providers Current Job Openings


Occupational Description for
Carpenters

Construct, erect, install, or repair structures and fixtures made of wood, such as concrete forms; building frameworks, including partitions, joists, studding, and rafters; and wood stairways, window and door frames, and hardwood floors. May also install cabinets, siding, drywall and batt or roll insulation. Includes brattice builders who build doors or brattices (ventilation walls or partitions) in underground passageways



Statewide Star Rating for
Carpenters

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2012-2022 Employment Projections for
Carpenters

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Area Name Current Employment Projected Employment Annual %Change Total Annual Openings Star Rating
550 750 3.6 30 4
90 110 2.3 -- 4
680 950 4 40 4
1,920 2,710 4.1 100 3
2,070 3,100 4.9 130 4
4,940 6,370 2.9 200 3
200 340 6.8 20 5
610 1,040 6.9 50 4
Utah Statewide 11,070 15,360 3.9 570 3
United States 901,200 1,119,400 2.4 32,920

* Due to rounding and because projections are made separately for each area and the state, figures for all areas will probably not add up to the state total. In addition, star ratings are applied differently to each area.




Occupational Wages-Published April 2015 (data from May 2014)  for
Carpenters


This is the wage of the absolute middle worker in the occupation. In other words, if there were 100 workers in the occupation and we ranked the wages from low to high, the median would be the wage of the 50th worker. Thus, one-half of the workers earned wages below the median and one-half of the workers earned wages above the median.

The wage for new workers entering the occupation. Because they lack experience and/or skilled training, new workers are not offered, or paid, the"average wage" for an occupation. The estimated "Inexperienced wage" is an indicator of what the new, inexperienced worker might expect from the employer. It reflects the average of the wage estimates of the bottom third of the wages of the workers in the scope of the survey for the occupation.

This is the wage of the absolute middle worker in the occupation. In other words, if there were 100 workers in the occupation and we ranked the wages from low to high, the median would be the wage of the 50th worker. Thus, one-half of the workers earned wages below the median and one-half of the workers earned wages above the median.

Training describes the education/experience requirements most commonly used by workers to obtain the occupational skills necessary to function in any given occupation. Usually, the higher the skill level required by an occupation the higher the level of education experience necessary.

Area Name Hourly Inexperienced Hourly Median Annual Inexperienced Annual Median On the job Training Education Experience
$10.98 $14.89 $22,833 $30,972 Apprenticeship High school diploma or equivalent None
$11.30 $16.87 $23,510 $35,100 Apprenticeship High school diploma or equivalent None
$10.94 $15.57 $22,760 $32,390 Apprenticeship High school diploma or equivalent None
$14.34 $17.48 $29,820 $36,350 Apprenticeship High school diploma or equivalent None
$12.84 $17.91 $26,710 $37,250 Apprenticeship High school diploma or equivalent None
$11.57 $15.96 $24,070 $33,200 Apprenticeship High school diploma or equivalent None
$10.76 $15.97 $22,390 $33,210 Apprenticeship High school diploma or equivalent None
United States -- $19.63 -- $40,820 Apprenticeship High school diploma or equivalent None
Utah Statewide $12.11 $17.04 $25,180 $35,440 Apprenticeship High school diploma or equivalent None

* Indicates that Hourly wage rates for occupations where workers typically work fewer than 2,080 hours per year are not available.
** This wage is equal to or greater than $70.00 per hour or $145,600 per year.



Utah License Information for
Carpenters


Utah State license information is not available for this occupation.


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Carpenters
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Industries and Employers
Carpenters

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Occupational Skills Information  for
Carpenters

Construction Carpenters
# Importance* Skill Description
53
Critical Thinking Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
50
Equipment Selection Determining the kind of tools and equipment needed to do a job.
50
Operation Monitoring Watching gauges, dials, or other indicators to make sure a machine is working properly.
47
Active Listening Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
47
Coordination Adjusting actions in relation to others' actions.
47
Judgment and Decision Making Considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one.
47
Mathematics Using mathematics to solve problems.
47
Monitoring Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action.
47
Quality Control Analysis Conducting tests and inspections of products, services, or processes to evaluate quality or performance.
47
Time Management Managing one's own time and the time of others.
*Importance is on a scale of 1 - 100.
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Rough Carpenters
# Importance* Skill Description
56
Active Listening Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
53
Coordination Adjusting actions in relation to others' actions.
53
Critical Thinking Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
53
Judgment and Decision Making Considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one.
53
Monitoring Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action.
53
Reading Comprehension Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents.
53
Speaking Talking to others to convey information effectively.
50
Operation Monitoring Watching gauges, dials, or other indicators to make sure a machine is working properly.
50
Time Management Managing one's own time and the time of others.
47
Active Learning Understanding the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision-making.
*Importance is on a scale of 1 - 100.
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Current Job Openings for
Carpenters

Job Title Date Posted Location Minimum Salary Maximum Salary
Carpenter 07/01/2016 Cache 16
Crating/Framing Positions-Available Now! 07/01/2016 Utah 13 14
Finish Carpenters 07/01/2016 Salt Lake
Carpenter Apprentices - Concrete Constru 07/01/2016 Salt Lake
Carpenters 07/01/2016 Weber
Woodworking - Finish 06/30/2016 Salt Lake 12
Cabinet Builder 06/29/2016 Cache 10 12
Custom Cabinet Installer ($11-$16 DOE) 06/28/2016 Salt Lake 11 16
SKILLED WOODWORKERS NEEDED 06/28/2016 Utah 10 12
Finish Carpenter 06/28/2016 Utah 14 14
Veneer Panel Craftsman 06/28/2016 Salt Lake
Door Builder 06/28/2016 Utah 11 15
Woodworker - Lumber Cutter 06/28/2016 Salt Lake 11
Custom Cabinet Installer ($11-$16 DOE) 06/28/2016 Davis 11 16
EXPERIENCED CARPENTERS 06/27/2016 Salt Lake 10 18
Cabinet Installer 06/27/2016 Utah 13 16
Trim Carpenter 06/25/2016 Salt Lake
Cabinet Installer 06/24/2016 Box Elder
Carpenters 06/24/2016 Salt Lake 15 28
HIRING SKILLED JOURNEYMAN CARPENTERS 06/24/2016 Salt Lake
Trim Carpenter 06/24/2016 Utah
Carpenters 06/24/2016 Weber 15 28
Cabinetry Builder 06/24/2016 Weber 10 12
Construction Experience Specialist,Googl 06/23/2016 Salt Lake
Pallet Builder (Piece Rate, $10 - $18 +) 06/23/2016 Salt Lake
Installer 06/23/2016 Iron 10 14
ASSEMBLE DOOR JAMBS, ATTACH HINGES 06/22/2016 Utah 12 13
Shop Carpenter 06/21/2016 Utah 12 16
Carpenter - 5 years exp. Historic Bldg 06/20/2016 Sanpete 12.5 17
Installer 06/20/2016 Salt Lake
Siding Installer 06/20/2016 Salt Lake 13 13
Finish work 06/19/2016 Davis
Construction apprentice 06/17/2016 Iron 10 13
CABINET DOOR BUILDER 06/17/2016 Utah
CABINET INSTALLER 06/17/2016 Utah 12 25
Carpenter II 06/16/2016 Salt Lake
Carpenters 06/16/2016 Davis 13
Journeyman Carpenter 06/16/2016 Utah
Residential/Commercial Window Installers 06/15/2016 Salt Lake 9 16
Carpenter 06/15/2016 Salt Lake
HOUSE WOOD FRAMERS 06/15/2016 Utah 9 20
Experienced Framers 06/14/2016 Grand
Residential Wood Framer 06/14/2016 Salt Lake
Experienced Carpenter 06/14/2016 Summit
Residential Wood Framer 06/14/2016 Salt Lake
Residential Framers 06/14/2016 Utah
Pallet Builder 06/13/2016 Tooele 10 16
Carpenter Journeyman 06/11/2016 Salt Lake
Finish Carpenter 06/09/2016 Weber
Lead Radon Mitigation System Installer 06/09/2016 Davis 16 24
Remodeling Specialists 06/09/2016 Salt Lake 15 20
Carpenter 06/08/2016 Weber
Custom wood door builder 06/08/2016 Utah
Counter Top Installer 06/07/2016 Cache 15
Framing Crew and Framers Needed 06/07/2016 Salt Lake 14 18
Wood Floor Specialist - 1/2 Time 06/06/2016 Utah
Construction Carpenter 06/06/2016 Iron 10 20
Carpenters 06/05/2016 Salt Lake
Wood Work Finishers 06/03/2016 Salt Lake 12 12
Builders 06/03/2016 Salt Lake 12 12
Wood Cabinet Assembler 06/03/2016 Salt Lake 12 12
Lead Framer 06/02/2016 Grand
Lead Framer 06/02/2016 Uintah
Cabinet Door Associate 06/02/2016 Iron 12 14
Carpentry 06/01/2016 Salt Lake
Truss Builder 05/27/2016 Salt Lake 12 13
Carpenter/Finish Carpenter 05/24/2016 Salt Lake
Skid Builder 05/19/2016 Weber
FINISHED CARPENTER 05/19/2016 Salt Lake 10 20
Installer 05/19/2016 Davis
Carpenter 05/18/2016 Garfield
Carpenter 05/18/2016 Iron
Siding Installer 05/13/2016 Iron
Woodworkers 05/12/2016 Salt Lake
Carpenter Formsetter 05/11/2016 Salt Lake
Lead Installer 05/06/2016 Salt Lake 22
Cabinet Installer 05/05/2016 Utah 40000 80000
Exp Framers needed 05/05/2016 Utah 10 20
CUSTOM CABINET INSTALLER 05/03/2016 Salt Lake 20 25
Carpentry 05/03/2016 Salt Lake
Builder - Residential Construction 04/26/2016 Salt Lake
Residential Wood Framer 04/26/2016 Salt Lake
Framer 04/18/2016 Cache 9
Installer, Carpenter, Stucco 04/08/2016 Utah 15 25
Framer & Laborer 04/04/2016 Utah 14 30
In-Home Custom Window Consultant - River 03/08/2016 Weber
Construction/Installer/Insulation 02/03/2016 Utah
Scaffold Specialist 01/16/2016 Salt Lake
Wood Finishing Operator 08/28/2015 Summit

Education and Training Providers
Carpenters

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