Riggers attach loads of construction equipment to cranes or structures using cables, pulleys and winches. Riggers use various suspension techniques to get their load around obstacles on a construction site to the desired location.
Qualifications: Riggers need to have good depth perception, manual dexterity, good judgment and decision making skills.
Education: Most employers require a high school diploma or equivalent and on-the-job training. One to two years of classroom and on-the-job training is common.
Average Salary: $53,352 Annual; $25.65 Hourly (Source: Build Your Future)