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Construction Employment Rises In 224 Of 358 Metro Areas Between December 2022 And December 2023; Widespread Openings Limit Increases

Construction Employment Rises In 224 Of 358 Metro Areas Between December 2022 And December 2023; Widespread Openings Limit Increases Wed, 02/07/2024 – 15:34 Dallas-Plano-Irving, Sioux Falls, S.D. Top Lists of Job Gains; Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Has Largest Loss as Pittsfield, Mass., Binghamton, N.Y., Orange-Rockland-Westchester, N.Y. Have Worst Percentage Decline Construction employment increased in 224 of 358 metro…

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Construction Industry Adds 11,000 Jobs In January As Severe Weather Hampers Projects; Above-average Wage Gains Imply Ongoing Demand

Construction Industry Adds 11,000 Jobs In January As Severe Weather Hampers Projects; Above-average Wage Gains Imply Ongoing Demand Fri, 02/02/2024 Construction Earnings Increased by 5.3 percent Year-over-Year to $35.21 an Hour as Firms Boost Wages in an Effort to Attract More Workers into the Sector Amid Strong Demand for Certain Types of Projects The construction…

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AGC Sues to Block Biden Administration’s Unlawful PLA Mandate

AGC Sues to Block Biden Administration’s Unlawful PLA Mandate Fri, 01/19/2024 On January 10, the Associated General Contractors of America and its Louisiana AGC chapter filed suit in federal court to block the Biden Administration’s unlawful effort to mandate project labor agreements (PLAs) on major federal construction projects. Unless stopped, the government-mandated PLA final rule will require every federal…

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