How much money does an underground construction worker make?
Underground construction workers earn an annual mean salary of $53,730, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That equates to $25.83/hour.
These numbers do not include overtime, per diem or other incentives that can increase earnings and benefits.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the highest 10% of underground workers earned more than $78,690 annually.
Underground construction workers install, repair and map out underground utilities systems such as gas, water, sewage, communications and power lines. To learn more about underground construction work, check out our underground construction career page.