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You will be responsible for on-site tasks such as: moving bricks and stone, digging holes and building walls, performing physical activities , using heavy machinery to get tasks done, holding safety meetings with other workers. A construction worker will be physically strong, able to work outdoors, read and understand safety requirements and follow exact instructions. Although no particular qualification is required to begin a career in construction work, it helps to either train under a mentor or to work one’s way up. Some companies may require that candidates go through a recognised UK Safety & Health training course. Although the salary for a construction job will depend on the kind of role being entailed- the national average is about £11.50/hour.
Following are the different classes of construction jobs available: