Construction & Extraction Occupations include roof bolters & helpers as well as first-line supervisors of construction trades & extraction workers. They also include carpenters, boilermakers, floor, carpet, & tile installers & finishers, concrete finishers, cement masons, and terrazzo workers amongst others. Midland County employs the most miscellaneous extraction workers.
A large number of miscellaneous extraction workers, including roof bolters and helpers, are caucasian, making them one of the most common races or ethnicities in the occupation. In fact, Caucasians account for roughly 19.7% of miscellaneous extraction workers.
The top three locations with a relatively high concentration of Miscellaneous extraction workers, including roof bolters & helpers, are Goshen, Campbell, Johnson, Platte, Washakie, Crook & Niobrara Counties PUMA, WY, Weston, Far Southeast New Mexico PUMA, NM, and Concho Valley COG & Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission (East) PUMA, TX.
Employees in relevant construction and extraction roles are supervised, scheduled, and coordinated with by first-line supervisors of construction trades & extraction workers.
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Companies and industries that employ miscellaneous extraction workers vary widely in terms of wages and job locations. Support activities for mining employ the most miscellaneous workers both by share and by number. However, pipeline transportation is the highest-paying industry for a miscellaneous extraction worker in terms of the average wage.
Roof bolters and helpers are paid the most in Forrest, Lamar, Marion, and Perry Counties, Hattiesburg City PUMA, MS, but are relatively concentrated in Campbell, Goshen, Platte, Johnson, Washakie, Weston, Crook, and Niobrara Counties PUMA, WY.
First-line supervisors of construction trades & extraction workers guide, assign, schedule, and supervise construction workers, contractors, and suppliers. They ensure that work is completed on time, apart from providing timely and constructive job evaluations based on performance and goals established by immediate supervisors. They implement disciplinary and termination procedures as needed and in accordance with company policy.
First-line supervisors recommend promotions and salary increases on the basis of observed job performance. They ensure that all safety standards are followed by each assigned construction trade and extraction worker. Moreover, they oversee the project and work site on the basis of project specifications like blueprints to determine project requirements and procedures as well as the necessary materials and workers.
First-line supervisors of construction trades & extraction workers perform daily walkthroughs of the project/work site to ensure the availability and proper use of materials and tools so that work can continue on schedule. They help with problem-solving and coordinating job activities in collaboration with other management or technical staff and contractors. They also conduct work and safety audits and quality assurance tests.
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Extensive knowledge of construction trades and extraction work is needed in conjunction with excellent organizational and problem-solving abilities. Some other relevant skills include:
Ability to analyze situations and find ways to improve efficiency. Outstanding interpersonal and management abilities
Excellent written and verbal communication skills Complete understanding of project materials, methods, and tools
Ability to read blueprints and other specifications-outlining reports
To perform inspections, one must be able to traverse the worksite in various types of weather and bend, stretch, climb, reach, and lean. At times, one must be able to lift 25 pounds. Some travel may be necessary. All this is to say that first-line supervisors must be in good shape physically.
Wage Per Year
A miscellaneous extraction worker, including roof bolters and helpers, earned an average of $60,557 in 2020 – $4,603 more than the national average of $55,954. Lodging managers earn slightly more than miscellaneous workers, while Control & Valve Installers and Repairers earn slightly less.
Miscellaneous workers, including roof bolters and helpers, had a wage GINI coefficient of 0.343 in 2015, which was lower than the national average of 0.478. In other words, wages for miscellaneous workers are more evenly distributed than for the overall labour force.
Support activities for mining, Non-Metallic Mineral Mining & Quarrying, Coal Mining, Oil & Gas Extraction, Metal Ore Mining, Construction, United States Air Force, Landscaping services, Natural gas distribution, Pipeline transportation, and Building Material & Supplies Sealers are the industries with the most miscellaneous workers.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has data on the critical and distinguishing skills required for Miscellaneous workers. Roof bolters and helpers, for example, require a wide range of skills, particularly Operation Monitoring and Operation & Control. According to the revealed comparative advantage (RCA), Miscellaneous workers, including roof bolters and helpers, require more Repairing, Equipment Maintenance, and Equipment Selection than the average worker.