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100 articles by Associated General Contractors of America:

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23 States and D.C. Add Construction Jobs Between September and October

23 States and D.C. Add Construction Jobs Between September and October

23 states and D.C. added construction jobs between September and October while construction employment increased in 35 states between October 2015 and October 2016. Full story

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Construction Spending Edges Down in September

Construction Spending Edges Down in September

Construction spending edges down in September and is up modestly for the first nine months of the year amid private-sector growth and public-sector declines. Full story

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Construction Employment Rises in 35 States

Construction Employment Rises in 35 States

Thirty-five states added construction jobs between September 2015 and September 2016. Full story

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Construction Spending Holds Steady In August

Construction Spending Holds Steady In August

Construction spending is up nearly five percent for the first eight months of the year compared to same period in 2015. Full story

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Construction Firms Add 23,000 Employees in September

Construction Firms Add 23,000 Employees in September

Industry officials note the construction sector’s average hourly earnings increased by 2.8 percent for the year, as the number of unemployed workers hits a 16-year low. Full story

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Two-Thirds of Contractors Have a Hard Time Finding Qualified Craft Workers According to AGC Survey

Two-Thirds of Contractors Have a Hard Time Finding Qualified Craft Workers According to AGC Survey

Labor shortages are prompting firms to increase pay and become more efficient but threaten to slow economic growth over the long-term. Full story

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Construction Employment Increases in 228 out of 358 Metro Areas

Construction Employment Increases in 228 out of 358 Metro Areas

Anaheim-Santa Ana-Irvine, Calif. and Kokomo, Ind. top gainers as construction group calls for new Perkins Act. Full story

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Construction Spending Declines in June

Construction Spending Declines in June

Construction spending decreased in June for the third month in a row but most segments posted solid increases in the first half of 2016. Full story

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Construction Employment Rises in 39 States Between June 2015 and 2016

Construction Employment Rises in 39 States Between June 2015 and 2016

Construction employment increased in 39 states between June 2015 and June 2016, although half the states shed construction jobs between May and June. Full story

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Construction Employment Increases in 235 out of 358 Metro Areas

Construction Employment Increases in 235 out of 358 Metro Areas

Construction employment rose between April 2015 and April 2016 in two-thirds of the nation’s metro areas. Full story

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Construction spending posts monthly and year-over-year increases

Construction spending posts monthly and year-over-year increases

Most private segments recorded strong gains for the year as total spending reaches 9-year high. Full story

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Construction employment increases in 243 out of 358 metro areas

Construction employment increases in 243 out of 358 metro areas

Anaheim-Santa Ana-Irvine and El Centro, Calif. top growth list; Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas, and Odessa, Texas have largest declines. Full story

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Construction firms add 19,000 workers in February

Construction firms add 19,000 workers in February

Sluggish growth in nonresidential construction sectors is at odds with growing nonresidential construction spending. Full story

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Construction firms add 18,000 workers in January

Construction firms add 18,000 workers in January

Construction firms added 18,000 workers in January, as the industry’s unemployment rate declined to a 17-year low of 8.5 percent. Full story

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Construction spending ends year on mixed note

Construction spending ends year on mixed note

Single- and multifamily homebuilding log strong gains for month and year as public construction recovers, while private nonresidential segments post sharp monthly declines. Full story

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Construction spending logs robust monthly and year-over-year growth

Construction spending logs robust monthly and year-over-year growth

Latest increases suggest contractors will have plenty of work in 2016 but concerns escalate regarding availability of sufficient skilled workers for existing and future projects. Full story

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Construction firms add 46,000 workers in November

Construction firms add 46,000 workers in November

Construction firms added 46,000 workers in November for the biggest monthly gain in employment for the sector since January 2014. Full story

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Construction spending continues strong year-over-year gains in September

Construction spending continues strong year-over-year gains in September

Construction spending is at the highest level since March 2008 and growing at fastest rate since January 2006. Full story

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Construction employment declines in 144 out of 358 metro areas

Construction employment declines in 144 out of 358 metro areas

Construction employment declined in 144 out of 358 metro areas between September 2014 and September 2015, while construction was stagnant in 55 and increased in 159 metro areas. Full story

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Survey finds 86 percent of contractors have difficulty filling key craft and salaried jobs

Survey finds 86 percent of contractors have difficulty filling key craft and salaried jobs

An overwhelming majority of construction firms report trouble finding qualified craft workers according to a survey released by the Associated General Contractors of America. Full story



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