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Architecture and Engineering Added 38,300 Jobs in 2013

Compared to the rest of the economy, the architectural and engineering services sector did well, adding jobs in all but one month for 2013. More

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ADP Reports 238,000 Jobs Added in December; 48,000 in Construction

The ADP and Moody's Analytics job report shows that December was the strongest... More

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What Architects Need to Know About November's BLS Jobs Report

Job growth slowed in architectural and engineering services, but accelerated in... More

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What Architects Need to Know About Today's BLS Jobs Report

Job growth slowed in architectural and engineering services, but accelerated in construction and manufacturing. More

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ADP: Economy Adds Jobs in September, but Pace Is Still Slow

According to payroll company ADP and their partner Moody’s Analytics, the U.S. economy added 166,000 jobs in September. The construction industry added 16,000 jobs and the professional/business services sector added 27,000 jobs. More

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ADP: Economy Adds Jobs in September, but Pace Is Still Slow

According to payroll company ADP and their partner Moody’s Analytics, the U.S. economy added 166,000 jobs in September. The construction industry added 16,000 jobs and the professional/business services sector added 27,000 jobs. More

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ADP Report: 15,000 Construction Jobs Added in January

Payroll-processing company ADP, in conjunction with Moody’s Analytics, released its monthly employment report on Wednesday. They report that the national economy added 192,000 jobs, 15,000 of which were in the construction industry. More

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ADP Report: 15,000 Construction Jobs Added in January

Payroll-processing company ADP, in conjunction with Moody’s Analytics, released its monthly employment report on Wednesday. They report that the national economy added 192,000 jobs, 15,000 of which were in the construction industry. More

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Healthiest Housing Markets for 2011

The BUILDER Market Health Index points to much better prospects for 2011. More

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moody's economist predicts end of recession in 2009

The economic recession will end sometime in 2009, according to Mark Zandi, chief economist for Moody's Economy.com, due mostly to consumers adjusting their spending, the U.S. banking system stabilizing, and the benefits of the federal stimulus package. More

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