Profits for electricians rose 12.7 percent in February as demand rebounded after the seasonal slow start to this year. Hudson Contract found that the median weekly wage for electrical contractors rose to £ 1,088, the highest level since November and reversing the 10.4 per cent decline in January. Hudson provides professional services to more than 2,500 small and medium-sized construction companies with a turnover of £ 1.6 billion. Ian Anfield, Managing Director, said: “We are seeing increased demand for electrical contractors across England and Wales. Many of our clients are in the home construction sector and report full on order books.” Interest rates are at their lowest record, and the latest Bank of England data shows that The mortgage market is strong and the government is committed to new infrastructure spending. The construction industry is making its head again after slowing down over the holidays. “The epidemic was tough on everyone, but the construction industry made its way, highlighting its importance to the wider economy in the UK.” “Skilled careers continue to offer great potential for people who want to start or change careers,” said Mr. Anfield. “We are playing our part in promoting the trades through the 10-year-old Internship Sponsorship Program, which provides beneficial training opportunities for young people in the county of Yorkshire where we live. In it. ”Hudson provides the most accurate indicator of subcontractor wage trends across the construction industry, publishing average wages for a group of 17 different trades divided across 10 regions in England and Wales. Provides statistics to the Bank of England to keep policymakers informed with in-depth opinions in time. Actual on the demand for skilled labor Visit the Hudson Contract to learn more about the services provided.