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In a Strained Labor Market, the Construction Workforce Continues to Age

Builder-related professions employ a higher percentage of workers 55 and older... More

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Ladder of Opportunity

David Keebler shares how his company has reaped the benefits from a step-by-step,... More

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Construction Employment Rises in 45 States, D.C. in Past Year

Twenty-nine states and the nation's capital have added construction jobs since... More

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Building's Number One Pain Point

If construction is ever going to attract a next generation of tradesmen and women,... More

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U.S. Labor Department Awards Grants to Assist in Educating Workers on Safety

OSHA has awarded $9.3 million in Susan Harwood federal safety and health training... More

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Building Cycle Times Lose a Step as Jobs Go Unfilled

Will builders stem a rising tide of open head counts, and, at the same time,... More

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Workforce Shortages Weigh on Commercial Construction Industry

USG Corp. has released findings from its Q2 2018 USG + U.S. Chamber of Commerce... More

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Six Myths & Fallacies of the Construction Labor Crisis

Productivity is the issue, and marketing to Generation Z is the challenge. More

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AGC of America: Tariffs and Other Trade Measures are Raising Construction Costs

The association’s officials urge the Trump Administration to reconsider new tariff... More

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Construction Employment Up in 248 of 358 Metros

New analysis shows where the biggest gains were. More


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