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March Construction Employment Increased in 38 States

Construction firms added jobs in 38 states over the past 12 months, although job gains leveled off between February and March, according to an analysis April 18 by the Associated General Contractors of America of Labor Department data. Association officials said the ongoing year-over-year gains point to the urgency of revitalizing and initiating programs to encourage workers and graduating students to get construction careers.
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Construction Jobs Grow Fast in California
A robust housing market and a wave of new high-rises have improved job prospects for construction workers in the state. Read more
New Jersey Sees Biggest Drop in Construction Jobs
Across New York State, the construction industry employed 329,200 workers in March, up slightly from last month and from the same period last year. But things were not nearly as encouraging in New Jersey. Read more
Construction Companies Face Worker Shortage
The Associated General Contractors of America, which represents 30,000 companies nationwide, estimates that a majority of the 2 million construction workers who lost their jobs during the Great Recession have either retired or found careers in other industries. With teens being pushed toward college and older workers entering retirement, many construction companies are finding that there are not enough skilled workers to fill the positions available. Read more
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