Construction workers in Iraq are well paid.
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Billions of dollars have been allocated in reconstructing areas of Iraq. The much-needed construction is giving construction workers plenty of opportunities to help rebuild the country and make money while doing so. Those working in construction field are highly paid in Iraq and have a promising job to have for the next several years. As of 2008, construction workers were paid at least $80,000 a year and some were lucky enough to have their meals and housing included.
Work for a construction company that already has contracts. This is your best bet in getting construction work in Iraq. The contractor will have established an agreement with the federal government to work in Iraq and build. An example of this type of construction company is AECOM.
Contact the U.S. Department of State Careers Representing America. It will have a listing of construction jobs available. Work is usually no more than six miles away from the international airport, and the living quarters are located at the Embassy Annex grounds. You must have a secret security clearance from the Diplomatic Security Service in order to be allowed to enter the worksite.
Search construction companies in Iraq. There are a number of choices, including 77 Construction Company and NGC Construction. Contact them by phone, online, or email. 77 Construction is a company that specializes in building roads, buildings, and hydraulic structures. Both companies have websites that list their contact information. Find links in the Resources section.
Locate a construction information and networking resource company. Brass Me In is a networking company that can get you connected with other American construction contractors. It offers information regarding options where you want to work in Iraq and the reputation of the contractor.
Apply through a recruiter. There are recruitment companies that will match you with a contractor that fits your skills and needs. One example of this is Trillium Construction Services. Specify your need for working in Iraq and they can find the right contractor for you.
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