Arts, Crafts and design
Average annual salary
£15,000 to £35,000
There are no set entry requirements, but employers usually look for some on-site experience.
If you’ve not worked in construction before, you could look for work as a labourer to gain experience. Once working, your employer could offer you training.
You could also:
39 hours per weekYou’ll usually work 39 hours a week, with occasional overtime to meet deadlines.
With experience, you could progress to supervisory jobs like site supervisor or clerk of works.
You could also move into a related area, like estimating and construction management.
With further training, you could work as a stonemason or bricklaying instructor at a college or training centre.You could also set up your own stonemasonry business.
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