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Careers in Math. Bricklayer/Stonemason. Job Description . Bricklayers build houses, chimneys, patios and anything that requires stacking concrete blocks and bricks. Stonemasons jobs are similar, but it includes cutting stones to size for building. Working conditions.

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careers in math

Careers in Math

Bricklayer/Stonemason

job description
Job Description
  • Bricklayers build houses, chimneys, patios and anything that requires stacking concrete blocks and bricks.
  • Stonemasons jobs are similar, but it includes cutting stones to size for building.
working conditions
Working conditions
  • Bricklayers mostly work outdoors.
  • It is a dirty job: mortar, dust and mud are all tools of the trade.
  • Most bricklayers work in non-winter months do to weather conditions.
earnings
Earnings
  • Bricklayers are usually paid by the hour.
  • Rates vary depending on where you live.
  • Pay range is from $12 to $30 per hour.
  • More experienced bricklayers could make up to $35 per hour.
education training
Education/Training
  • Most bricklayers learn on-the-job in an apprenticeship program.
  • Apprenticeship programs could take up to 3 years to complete.
  • A high-school diploma may be required.
  • You may take a 2-year program at a vocational school for training.
related jobs

Related Jobs

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Chimney Sweep

Drywaller

other resources
Other Resources
  • International Union of Bricklayers http://www.bacweb.org
  • Brick Industry Institute
    • http://www.bia.org