Breaking Down The Construction Industry - Infographic
Note: It is not clear what the figures for industry revenue and output in this infographic refer to. Construction industry annual output is actually in the order of £100bn, depending the exact measure and index year. See Office for National Statistics for more information.
We have created an infographic showing various statistics within the British construction industry including revenue, employment and business statistics, health and safety statistics and many more. This is a good infographic to read if you are considering a career within the construction industry. The information shown below has been taken from a variety of different sources including the HSE, OBAS, Ibis World and the UK government.
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