Idaho

  • Project Labor Agreements

    Adopted ABC model government-neutrality bill.

  • Prevailing Wage

    No.

  • Right to Work

    Yes.

  • Public-Private Partnerships

    No statute authorizes or prohibits P3s on public projects.

  • Workforce Development Incentives

    Current labor supply satisfies 100% of peak labor demand.

    State offered $92,696,800 in grants and incentives for workforce preparation and development in 2019.

  • Career and Technical Education

    97% of CTE high school graduates placed in colleges or careers.

    Idaho does not recognize NCCER as an approved curriculum for CTE programs.

  • Job Growth Rate

    6.9%.

Monthly Unemployment Rate in Idaho

Please see ABC's state-by-state construction unemployment data here.

Industry Overview

Prompt Pay

Private: No law in place.
Public: 60 days after receipt of billing.
Subs: No law in place.

Immigration/E-Verify Mandate

State agencies and contractors must use E-Verify. All contracts and requests for proposals, bids and information for state projects shall include notice that all contractors declare to the contracting agency that they have substantiated that all employees providing services can legally work in the United States. No law for private businesses.

Percentage of State GDP From Nonresidential Construction

6.6%.

Incidence Rate

N/A.

Occupational Safety & Health Oversight (State vs. Federal)

Federal oversight.

Percentage of Union Membership in Private Construction

8.1%.

Marijuana Legalization Status

Fully illegal.

Business Facts

Minimum Wage

$7.25

Percentage of Pensions Funded

124%

Effective Real-Estate Tax Rate

0.75%

Corporate Income Tax Rate(s)

6.925%

State and Local Public Construction Expenditures (in millions)

$1,142.