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Employment for architects is expected to grow 5% over the next 10 years.

The impact of new technology is still an unknown quantity. More

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Workers at Sage and Coombe Architects Unionize

The SCA Union in New York is the second private-sector architecture firm to form... More

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Ali Wolf: Baby Boomers Remain Vital to the Housing Market

Zonda's economics team examines housing demand in relation to three top... More

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Ali Wolf: Where Have the Workers Gone?

The Zonda chief economist outlines four factors contributing to the 'fairly... More

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Unionizing as Pedagogy

Through organizing, design and architecture faculty can instill in their students... More

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Metaverse Building Concepts to Become Homes for People in Need

Red Wing Shoes’ new Builders Exchange Program aims to connect real-world and... More

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NCARB Reaffirms Commitment to Paid Architecture Internships

The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards finds the practice of... More

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ConTech Must Invest More in Worker Education

Construction technology can help create much needed skilled talent for a better... More

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History Offers Lessons In Labor Innovation

Part two of a four-part series on ConTech and housing. More

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Labor Supply in a Time of Innovation: Introducing ConTech to Traditional Trades

First in a four-part series on the intersection of ConTech solutions and... More

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