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How much money do construction managers make?

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According to the 2012 Bureau of Labor Statistics data, construction managers make a median salary of $82,790 per year, or $39.80 per hour. Geographic location, education, industry and level of experience all factor into an individual construction manager's salary.

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The highest-paid construction managers in all of the industries combined make about $144,520 per year, and the lowest-paid managers make $50,000 annually.

Construction managers in the 75th percentile make $109,600 or more per year. Those in the

25th percentile make an average of $63,790 per year.

Construction managers tend make the highest salaries in Ocean City, N.J.; Vineland, N.J.; and Philadelphia.

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