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Top U.S. cities for women in construction A recent breakdown of census data shows the areas with the highest share of women construction workers and their annual salaries. Men outnumber women in construction, substantially, but more women continue to join the field and often at higher wages than they would in other careers. Women make up 10% of the construction workforce — 1.1 million women, compared to 9.9 million men — according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Despite the gap in the number of workers, women in construction make nearly $47,000 a year, more than their nonconstruction counterparts, who make about $43,400. The opposite is true for men, who often make less in construction than they do in other careers. The pay gap for men and women is also smaller in construction, at 3.7% compared to 19% across all fields. In a new analysis of data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Construction Coverage broke down the cities in the U.S.

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