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Bureau of Labor Statistics
Aging U.S. workforce carries both benefits and liabilities for construction companies
Many factors have caused older workers to remain on the job longer and the trend is only expected to increase. ...
Construction deaths up 10% in preliminary 2014 report; total leads all industries
Nearly 4,700 people were killed on the job in 2014, according to preliminary data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, ...
Majority of skilled construction workers who lost jobs in wake of the recession have been rehired, but many are being paid less
As the U.S. construction industry faces a shortage of skilled labor, a new government study finds that the majority of ...
Construction workers are 22% more likely to die on Texas jobsites
Over the weekend, the Dallas Morning News released a bombshell of a report on workplace deaths in Texas as compared to ...
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Divergence of construction spending and employment could point to “fundamental change” in the industry
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Construction adds 15,000 jobs in February, unemployment rises for third straight month
The U.S. construction industry added 15,000 jobs in February, according to preliminary data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The gain ...
Construction adds 48k jobs in January for highest gain in nearly 7 years, but unemployment rate jumps again
The U.S. construction industry added 48,000 jobs in January, posting its highest employment gain since before the start of the ...
Construction industry loses 16k jobs in December, unemployment rate jumps
Diverging greatly from hopeful reports that came earlier in the week, the U.S. construction industry lost 16,000 jobs in December, ...
No housing, construction jobs or spending reports until government shutdown is over
Though we had a ton of news coming in to the site last week thanks to the big ICUEE 2013 ...
The construction industry now accounts for the most U.S. workplace deaths thanks to a 5% increase in 2012
With 775 fatal injuries in 2012, private construction rose to the top of all U.S. industries in the number of ...
Construction adds 13k jobs in June, unemployment drops to 9.8%
U.S. construction added 13,000 jobs in June, giving the industry its highest employment total in nearly four years. The total number ...
Construction industry adds 7k jobs in May, unemployment drops to lowest rate in nearly 5 years
The construction industry added 7,000 jobs in May to reach its highest total of workers in nearly four years, according ...
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