Road Construction Flagger Jobs?

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While working as a road construction flagger can be a boring and dangerous job, it can pay well. Each state will have its own requirements, but in many you will need to be certified to get this job. The average pay is $15.00 to $20.00 per hour, but can go higher.
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Most Certified Flaggers make an annual salary of
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1. Make a resume of your experience and education. List any jobs you have had that are even remotely related to road construction. List at least three references. 2. Do an Internet
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Flagger is a job not needed all the time by construction companies and the state, so they contract out to a flagging company for that service. It is cheaper to pay for a flagger only
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Not Legal Advice: The flagger for road construction should earn a minimum salary wage of $9.50 per hour based on B.C. Ministry of Labour. report this answer. Answered by kgb agent
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Flaggers are the people on the road holding signs to slow down or to stop. These positions usually make $21 to $23 per hour. This job can come with benefits too. ...
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