Look around you! Just about every structure in your community - public or commercial - was at least partially built by skilled Union Iron workers. The schools you attend, the malls where you shop, the buildings your parents work in, the hospital that takes care of us, the bridges we drive over, the water treatment plants that keep us healthy.
Iron workers enjoy working outdoors in the fresh air while participating in a trade, which is physically demanding; but exhilarating. Can you picture yourself having the opportunity to work in different and exciting locations throughout your career in the Iron workers?
WHAT DOES A UNION IRON WORKER MAKE?
Journeyman Iron worker wages as of August 1st 2017 is $26.09 per hour. Their benefits are separate from the hourly wages. They consist of an hourly contribution into their: Health Benefits, Pension, and Training. Iron workers Local 387 Training Program is a four year Apprenticeship Training plan. You work during the day and train at night, one to two nights a week. Starting pay is $14.35 per hour with a pay increase every six months until you reach Journeyman status, also health benefits are available. You can start at a higher wage rate with previous experience