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AGC: Construction industry adds jobs in December

January 12, 2024By

According to an Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) survey, contractors expect to hire more employees in 2024 but are struggling to find enough qualified workers.

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AGC: Nearly half of U.S. adds construction jobs in April

May 23, 2023By

Twenty four states added construction jobs from March to April this year. From April 2022, 42 states have increased their construction employment.

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Report: Four out of five states added construction jobs in 2022

January 26, 2023By

Associated General Contractors of America leaders say firms would have added more people if they could find workers.

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AGC: Construction spending dips in October

December 5, 2022By

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) says downturns in homebuilding and most major nonresidential categories drove spending downward.

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AGC: Construction spending increases in September

November 7, 2022By

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) says construction spending increased 0.2 percent in September and 10.9 percent year to date.

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AGC: Data shows construction spending down slightly

October 10, 2022By

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) says total construction spending was down a tad in August amid rising interest rates.

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Report: Construction employment up in most metro areas

October 3, 2022By

The Associated General Contractors of America says construction employment was up in 69 percent of metros in August versus a year earlier.

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AGC: Construction employment up in August

September 22, 2022By

Illinois, Arizona and Georgia were among the states that added the most jobs in the month, while Minnesota, California and Missouri lost the most in August.

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AGC: Nonresidential construction materials prices fall in August

September 14, 2022By

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) says nonresidential construction materials prices fell 1.1 percent from July to August.

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