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Based on 70 responses, the job of Construction Administrator has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.06 out of 5. On average, Construction Administrators are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Construction Administrator?

January 2015
"To push for advancement. Don't wait for it to be offered."
Construction Administrator:
It can be stressful and rewarding. Construction usually pays well. Learn all you can and be assertive. Remember that during economical rise or downfall; construction is the first part of the economy to feel it. So jobs are fleeting/temporary.
March 2017
"Small Town in the Big City."
Construction Administrator in Bellaire:
Pros: Small town in the middle of everything! Bellaire is a suburb of Houston, that is minutes from the Galleria and right on Loop 610 which provides access to everything quickly (unless there is an accident).
Cons: I have yet to find anything that I was not impressed with.
June 2017
"Very challenging and varied duties, stressful at times."
Construction Administrator in Fort Myers:
Pros: Variation and challenging.
Cons: Stress.
February 2019
"San Jose."
Construction Administrator in San Jose:
Pros: San Jose has everything you need within city boundary's. there is no need to travel to other locations to find what you need.
Cons: San Jose can have very high living costs.
May 2019
"The principle is in it for himself."
Construction Administrator in Sarasota:
Pros: Pay and client and project contacts.
Cons: Little to no value or support shown to employees.