Should roofing contractors earn more?

09/16/2013 | PayScale.com

Working on the roof entails several safety risks such as falls, electrocution and chemical burns from tar pitch and as such should perhaps be paid more than the median annual salary of $34,000, writes Beth Taylor. She notes that the job also requires crews to be proficient in geometry to ensure the correct angles when constructing roofs and to be adept in multiplying numbers to estimate the adequate amount of materials.

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