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Tag: construction jobs

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Report: Construction employment still lagging pre-pandemic levels

October 25, 2021By

Utah and Washington lead the nation in construction jobs added since February 2020, while Texas and Louisiana saw the greatest job losses, according to a new report.

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AGC: Construction jobs down in metro areas

September 29, 2021By

The Associated General Contractors of America says one-third of metro areas lost jobs between August 2020 and August 2021.

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AGC: Nonresidential weighing down construction job gains

September 7, 2021By

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) says construction shed 3,000 jobs last month, with the only categorical gains limited to homebuilding.

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Supply chain bottlenecks, materials prices still causing issues

June 7, 2021By

Construction employment slipped by 20,000 in May as supply chain problems and record materials cost increases continue to plague nonresidential contractors.

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AGC: Construction employment remains below pre-pandemic peak in most states

May 25, 2021By

Construction employment in April remained below the pre-pandemic high set in February 2020 in 36 states and the District of Columbia.

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Report: Construction employment down in two-thirds of US metros

April 7, 2021By

Construction employment declined in 236 of 358 U.S. metros from February 2020 to February 2021, according to the Associated General Contractors of America.

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Outlook projects growth for aggregate in 2021, 2022

April 5, 2021By

The economy is growing rapidly, and it will grow fast enough that labor shortages will show up in select industries – including construction, David Chereb writes.

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Construction employment lagging pre-pandemic levels in most states

March 17, 2021By

Construction employment in January remained below pre-pandemic levels in all but eight states, the Associated General Contractors of America reports.

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