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Carpentry Schools In New York

Carpentry classes faculty can choose to work at one of 3 accredited carpentry schools in New York. Below are statistics and other relevant data to help analyze the state of carpentry and carpentry training in New York, which includes carpentry training at the following levels:


  1. Mohawk Valley Community College-Utica Branch

    1101 Sherman Dr, Utica, New York 13501-5394

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  2. Rochester Institute of Technology

    1 Lomb Memorial Dr, Rochester, New York 14623-5603

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  3. SUNY College of Technology at Delhi

    2 Main Street, Delhi, New York 13753-1100

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Professional Trends

New York Vs. National Carpentry Employment

New York 52,570
National 656,880

Of all of the carpentry professionals that work in the US, approximately 8% work in New York state.

Employment Growth for Carpentry professionals In New York

52,910 56,030 62,030 57,820 52,570
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Yellow: Actual Values

The number of carpentry professionals is shrinking in New York. In New York, 340 less carpentry professionals were working in 2010, than there were in 2006. So, in four years, the number of carpentry professionals has shrunk by 1%. This is slower than the trend for carpentry professionals around the US. Nationally, the number of carpentry professionals has shrunk by 36% between 2006 and 2010.

Carpentry VS. All Professions salaries in New York

$49,790 $51,570 $56,337 $57,423 $62,057
$47,100 $51,120 $53,567 $54,837 $56,461
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Carpentry
  • Dark Yellow: All Professions

As the number of carpentry professionals is declining, the salaries paid to carpentry professionals are increasing in New York. In 2006 carpentry professionals made a mean salary of $49,790 per year, and in 2010 they made $62,057 per year.

Salary percentiles for Carpentry professionals in New York

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This represents a 20% growth in salaries. This growth is mirrored by state trends for all professionals. There is a 240% pay differential between the highest paid carpentry professionals and those in the bottom 10% of the pay bracket. Thus, there is huge variation in pay, within the field of carpentry in New York.

Average Salaries for Carpentry professionals and related professions in New York


In New York, carpentry professionals make, on average, more than their counterparts in related professions.

Educational Trends

Carpentry programs available for each degree type for all schools in New York


As the number of carpentry professionals is decreasing in New York state, the number of students graduating from the 3 accredited carpentry schools in New York state is decreasing. In 2006 there were 36 carpentry graduates from carpentry courses in New York and in 2010 there were 30 graduates.

This represents a 17% decrease in the number of carpentry degree or certificate school graduates in New York state. 40% of these graduates received a associate's degree in carpentry.

Carpentry Faculty Salaries in New York

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Currently we are in the process of collecting data for the number of carpentry faculty in New York, growth in the field of carpentry academia and faculty salaries in New York. If you are involved in teaching carpentry courses to students at the certificate in carpentry, associates degree in carpentry, bachelors degree in carpentry, and masters degree in carpentry levels, please take a moment to anonymously submit your information to help us build a valuable database resource for the benefit of current and future faculty in the field of carpentry in New York. Once you submit your information, you will get a chance to see an overview of what we have learned thus far from you and your peers.

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