If you're on the job hunt, look to the nearly 1,100 jobs Caltrans will be hiring for both blue and white collar jobs.
The Fresno Bee reports that the two main trends that are driving the hiring sprees is age and workload.
Caltrans workers tend to be somewhat older than employees in other departments and carry a larger workload.
The state's 12 cent gas tax increase is expected to add an additional $52 billion in transportation projects over the next 10 years.
Jobs will be made all over the state, with the most being near Los Angeles, Fresno, Marysville and Oakland.