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Carpentry Schools In Ohio

Ohio has 3 accredited carpentry schools where carpentry faculty who teach carpentry classes can find employment. The trends in Ohio'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


  1. Miami Valley Career Technology Center

    6800 Hoke Rd, Clayton, Ohio 45315

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  2. Northwest State Community College

    22600 State Route 34, Archbold, Ohio 43502-9542

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  3. University of Rio Grande

    218 N College Ave, Rio Grande, Ohio 45674

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Professional Trends

Ohio Vs. National Carpentry Employment

Ohio 21,560
National 656,880

Of all of the carpentry professionals in the country, nearly 3% are in the state of Ohio.

Employment Growth for Carpentry professionals In Ohio

31,430 31,190 28,930 25,970 21,560
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Yellow: Actual Values

In Ohio, the field of carpentry is shrinking. In 2010 there were 9,870 less carpentry professionals working in Ohio than there were in 2006. So, in four years, the number of carpentry professionals has shrunk by 31%. This decline is slower than the change in the number of carpentry professionals around the country. Nationally, the number of carpentry professionals has shrunk by 36% from 2006 to 2010.

Carpentry VS. All Professions salaries in Ohio

$42,600 $43,827 $46,027 $46,753 $46,887
$44,230 $45,388 $47,259 $48,341 $48,873
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Carpentry
  • Dark Yellow: All Professions

The salaries paid to carpentry professionals are growing in Ohio. In 2006 carpentry professionals made a mean salary of $42,600 per year, and in 2010 they made $46,887 per year.

Salary percentiles for Carpentry professionals in Ohio

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This represents a 9% growth in salaries. State trends for all professions mirror this growth. There is a 177% 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 Ohio.

Average Salaries for Carpentry professionals and related professions in Ohio


In Ohio, carpentry professionals earn, on average, more than professionals in related fields.

Educational Trends

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


The number of students graduating from the 3 accredited carpentry schools in Ohio is decreasing. In Ohio, there were 55 graduates in 2006. And there were 12 graduates from carpentry courses in 2010.

There was a decrease in the number of carpentry school degree or certificate graduates in Ohio by 78%. Most of these graduates, or 67%, earned an undergraduate certificate in carpentry.

Carpentry Faculty Salaries in Ohio

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