Each year, in Virginia, an average of 8 students graduate with credentials in carpentry. Virginia has 1 carpentry schools to choose from, if you are interested in studying carpentry.
The largest carpentry school in Virginia, by student population is Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center. It is located in Fishersville. Approximately 8 students graduated with a carpentry certificate from Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center in 2009, which is 100% of the total state carpentry graduates for that year.
A majority of carpentry graduates choose to work as carpenters. If after graduation, you are planning on sticking around the state, you should keep in mind that the job outlook for carpentry graduates in Virginia is good. In Virginia, there are currently about 34,740 carpenters. The government expects, by 2018, for this number to increase by 12%, or to 39,190 carpenters.
If you work as a carpenter in Virginia, your yearly salary can range from less than $23,281 to more than $45,882. Carpenters in Virginia earn a median yearly salary of $33,437.