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Construction Jobs in Jacksonville, FL

Commercial Construction Carpenter

Williams & Rowe Co

Jacksonville, FL

22 days ago
Commercial Construction Superintendent

Williams & Rowe Co

Jacksonville, FL

22 days ago
Heavy Equipment Operator

Randstad US

Jacksonville, FL

22 days ago
General Labor

Randstad US

Jacksonville, FL

Today
General Labor

Randstad Manufacturing and Logistics

Jacksonville, FL

30+ days ago
Plumbing Service Manager

Snyder AC

Jacksonville, FL

21 days ago
Painter - Full-time

Fleet Landing

Atlantic Beach, FL

20 days ago
Service Manager (Commercial Roofing) - Commercial Roofing

CyberCoders

$85000 - $110000 / Per year

Jacksonville, FL

1 day ago
Roofing Inspector

C&ES Consultants

JACKSONVILLE, FL

29 days ago

Jacksonville Construction Jobs Overview

Construction is critical to America’s infrastructure and economic development. Countless construction jobs need to be filled to ensure that schools, hospitals, businesses, and homes are developed and renovated quickly and safely. Jobs in construction are available to a wide range of job seekers, and many entry-level construction positions only require a high school diploma.

Choosing a construction job is a great way to get into a high-demand career with endless opportunities. Depending on your role in the construction industry, you’ll operate equipment, load and handle building materials, work as part of a team, or even manage construction projects from start to finish.

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About Working in Jacksonville, Florida

In the early 1900s, you could have launched your career as a movie star in Jacksonville, Florida. The many film studios in New York City at that time wanted to shoot movies all year. Since frigid and snowy weather in the Big Apple hampered their efforts, they looked for a warmer climate to spend the winter months. More than 30 film studios became snowbirds, opening satellite studios and creating Jacksonville jobs in the movie industry, giving the city the nickname "The World's Winter Film Capital." By 1920, California took over as the year-round home of movie production, but Norman Studios is still in Jacksonville, and Jacksonville remains a popular film location today.

Jacksonville became the star of large cities in 1968 when it consolidated all the adjacent areas of Duval County. Today, it's the largest city by landmass within the continental U.S., with 840 square miles of real estate. If you want to hitch your wagon to a Jacksonville star job, you might also look at cities in the Jacksonville area, like Gainesville, Ocala, and Palm Coast.

Update Your Jacksonville Construction Resume

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How Much Do Construction Jobs Pay in Jacksonville, Florida?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in construction jobs in Jacksonville, Florida, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median construction helper/ worker pay in Jacksonville is $15.54 per hour, which is 7% lower than the national average.

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