Carpentry Schools In Michigan

In Michigan, there are 7 accredited schools where carpentry classes faculty can find employment. The trends in Michigan's carpentry academic community can be evaluated by looking at the statistics and graphs below. Academia in carpentry includes carpentry training at the following levels:

  • Carpentry Certificate
  • Associates degree in Carpentry


Schools

  1. Bay de Noc Community College

    2001 N Lincoln Road, Escanaba, Michigan 49829-2511

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  2. Kirtland Community College

    10775 N Saint Helen Road, Roscommon, Michigan 48653

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  3. Lansing Community College

    419 N Capitol Ave, Lansing, Michigan 48901-7210

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  4. Macomb Community College

    14500 E Twelve Mile Rd, Warren, Michigan 48088-3896

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  5. North Central Michigan College

    1515 Howard St, Petoskey, Michigan 49770

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  6. Michigan Career and Technical Institute

    11611 West Pine Lake Road, Plainwell, Michigan 49080-9254

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  7. Washtenaw Community College

    4800 E Huron River Dr, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105-4800

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Cities

Statistics

Professional Trends

Michigan Vs. National Carpentry Employment

Michigan 12,690
National 656,880

Of all of the carpentry professionals in the country, nearly 2% are in the state of Michigan.

Employment Growth for Carpentry professionals In Michigan

24,900 22,490 18,920 16,010 12,690
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Yellow: Actual Values

The number of carpentry professionals is shrinking in Michigan. 12,210 less carpentry professionals were working in Michigan in 2010, than there were in 2006. Thus, in Michigan, this field has shrunk by 49% in four years. This decline is faster than the national trend for carpentry professionals which shows a 36% decrease in the number of carpentry professionals working around the nation.

Carpentry VS. All Professions salaries in Michigan

$46,287 $51,343 $48,427 $50,563 $48,703
$45,563 $47,071 $48,208 $48,728 $49,286
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Carpentry
  • Dark Yellow: All Professions

In Michigan, as the number of carpentry professionals is declining, the salaries earned by carpentry professionals are increasing. Carpentry professionals earned a yearly mean salary of $46,287 in 2006. They earned a yearly mean salary of $48,703 in 2010.

Salary percentiles for Carpentry professionals in Michigan

10th percentile
$26,773
25th percentile
$35,010
50th percentile
$46,397
75th percentile
$60,950
90th percentile
$76,197

This represents a 5% growth in salaries. State trends for all professions mirror this growth. Within the field of carpentry, there is a huge variation in pay, with the highest paid carpentry professionals earning 185% more money than those in the bottom 10% of the pay bracket in Michigan state.

Average Salaries for Carpentry professionals and related professions in Michigan

Carpentry
$48,703

In Michigan, carpentry professionals make, on average, less than their counterparts in related professions.

Educational Trends

Carpentry programs available for each degree type for all schools in Michigan

associate
3
bachelor
0
master
0
doctor
0
Certificate
7
Total10

The number of students graduating from the 7 accredited carpentry schools in Michigan is decreasing. In 2006, 61 students graduated from carpentry courses in Michigan. And in 2010, 28 students graduated.

This represents a 54% decrease in the number of carpentry degree or certificate school graduates in Michigan state. Most of these graduates, or 70%, earned an undergraduate certificate in carpentry.

Carpentry Faculty Salaries in Michigan

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