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100 articles by Associated General Contractors of America:

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Construction employment is up in 37 states

Construction employment is up in 37 states

Construction employment expanded in 37 states and the District of Columbia between July 2014 and July 2015. Full story

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Construction spending in June grows at fastest rate since 2006

Construction spending in June grows at fastest rate since 2006

Construction spending in June recorded the highest year-over-year growth rate since 2006, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America. Full story

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Construction spending in May reaches highest level since 2008

Construction spending in May reaches highest level since 2008

Construction spending in May reaches highest level since 2008 as all major segments advance for the month and year. Full story

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Construction employment increased in 41 states during the past year

Construction employment increased in 41 states during the past year

Even as construction firms added jobs in 41 states between March 2014 and March 2015, construction employment declined in 29 states between February and March. Full story

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Construction employment increases in 278 out of 358 metro areas between February 2014 and 2015

Construction employment increases in 278 out of 358 metro areas between February 2014 and 2015

Construction employment expanded in 278 metro areas between February 2014 and February 2015, according to a new analysis of federal employment data. Full story

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Construction spending in January rises from year earlier

Construction spending in January rises from year earlier

Construction spending rose modestly in January from year-earlier levels despite retreating from a six-year high in December. Full story

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Construction firms add 29,000 jobs in February

Construction firms add 29,000 jobs in February

Construction employers added 29,000 jobs in February and 321,000 over the past year, reaching the highest employment total in six years. Full story

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Construction spending ends 2014 at highest level since 2008

Construction spending ends 2014 at highest level since 2008

Construction spending rose in December to a six-year high of $982 billion as public construction for the year increased for the first time since 2009. Full story

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Construction firms add 39,000 jobs in January

Construction firms add 39,000 jobs in January

Construction employers added 39,000 jobs in January and 308,000 over the past year, reaching the highest employment total since February 2009. Full story

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Construction firms add 48,000 jobs in December

Construction firms add 48,000 jobs in December

Nonresidential construction employment gains outpace residential as firms struggle to keep pace with rising demand while coping with growing shortages of qualified workers. Full story

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Construction spending drops in November

Construction spending drops in November

Construction spending edged down in November but outlays for the year remained on track for a modest increase over 2013 totals. Full story

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Construction employment increased in 38 states over past year

Construction employment increased in 38 states over past year

Texas and North Dakota have largest 12-Month gains, West Virginia and New Jersey have biggest declines; Vermont and California top monthly rankings. Full story

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Construction employment increases in 228 out of 339 metro areas

Construction employment increases in 228 out of 339 metro areas

Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, Texas and Pascagoula, Miss. top growth list; Bethesda-Rockville-Frederick, Md. and Steubenville-Weirton, Ohio-W.V. experience the largest declines. Full story

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Construction spending in October increases

Construction spending in October increases

Construction spending in October increases as monthly increase in public-sector demand out paces drop in private non-residential construction. Full story

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Construction spending in September slips for second month in a row

Construction spending in September slips for second month in a row

Monthly declines add new challenges for an industry struggling to recover from a years-long downturn and coping with growing shortages of qualified workers. Full story

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Eighty-three percent of construction firms report having trouble finding qualified workers

Eighty-three percent of construction firms report having trouble finding qualified workers

A nationwide survey finds most firms are having a hard time finding craft workers to hire as many firms boost pay and benefits. Full story

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Construction employers added 16,000 jobs in September

Construction employers added 16,000 jobs in September

Construction employment increasing in both residential and nonresidential sectors, but concerns about growing shortages of available qualified workers persist. Full story

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Construction employment increased in 36 states during past year

Construction employment increased in 36 states during past year

Florida and Nevada have largest 12-month gains, New Jersey has biggest annual percent and total declines; Nebraska and California top monthly rankings. Full story

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Construction industry employment hits five-year high

Construction industry employment hits five-year high

Construction employment rising at twice the rate of total nonfarm employment, but latest figures underscore growing reports of labor shortages. Full story

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Construction spending in July reaches highest level since 2008

Construction spending in July reaches highest level since 2008

Growing demand for construction services comes as new study finds one-in-four construction firms are turning down work because of growing labor shortages for the industry. Full story



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