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Construction adds 23,000 jobs in September
Following a small decline in August, construction employment rebounded in September with a healthy addition of 23,000 jobs. The construction industry ...
Oklahoma DOT hosts 15th annual Construction Career Day in Oklahoma City
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) Civil Rights Division recently hosted its 15th annual Construction Career Day for students in ...
Construction loses 6,000 jobs in August
Though July snapped a three-month streak of jobs losses for the U.S. construction industry, August brought another dip with a ...
Construction adds 14,000 jobs in July
July snapped a three-month streak of jobs losses for the U.S. construction industry with an increase of 14,000 workers. Construction employment ...
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Crane study seeks to determine benefit of simulators in operator training
Crane Industry Services (CIS), has begun a study to determine how effective the integration of crane simulators is in its training program. The ...
Construction jobs flat in June, but unemployment rate continues to fall
Following two consecutive months of jobs losses, employment in the U.S. construction industry was flat in June. Employment held steady at 6.643 ...
Year-long streak of construction jobs gains snapped, but unemployment hits 10-year low
Following a streak of 12 consecutive months without a loss in jobs, the U.S. construction industry has posted losses for ...
Go Build Tennessee seeks to replenish state’s aging construction workforce
Nearly one year after signing the Go Build Tennessee Act into law, Gov. Bill Haslam last week launched the statewide construction ...
Construction training to be the only subject at this Chicago high school
This fall, the city of Chicago will transition one of its vocational high schools to a curriculum based solely around ...
Construction job gains dip in April as unemployment drops 3 points
Though April's jobs gain was among the lowest of the U.S. construction's 13-month-long streak of staving off employment losses, the small increase was ...
Construction adds 27,000 jobs in March
For 12 months now, the U.S. construction industry has not posted a loss in jobs. The industry added 27,000 jobs in ...
Construction adds 19,000 jobs in February
The U.S. construction industry continued a now 11-month-long streak of job gains in February with the addition of 19,000 jobs. The ...
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