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|12/2/2020||Only 30 Percent Of Metro Areas Add Construction Jobs In Latest 12 Months As Widespread Project Postponements And Cancellations Force Layoffs|
|12/1/2020||Nonresidential Construction Spending Remains Flat In October While Residential Construction Expands As Many Commercial Projects Languish|
|11/20/2020||Construction Employment Is Down In Three-fourths Of States Since February, Even After 36 States Added Construction Jobs In October|
|11/7/2020||Construction Association Ready To Work With President-elect Biden To Prepare Significant New Infrastructure And Recovery Measures|
|11/6/2020||Construction Sector Adds 84,000 Workers In October, But Growing Number Of Project Cancellations Risks Undermining Future Industry Job Gains|
|11/2/2020||Drop In Nonresidential Construction Offsets Most Residential Spending Gains As Growing Number Of Contractors Report Cancelled Projects|
|10/28/2020||More Contractors Report Canceled Projects Than Starts, Survey Finds; Construction Employment Declined In Most Metros In Latest 12 Months|
|10/20/2020||Only Eight States Top February Peak In Construction Employment Despite Gains In 32 States Last Month; More Losses Loom Without Loan Renewal|
|10/16/2020||Construction Officials Call On Trump And Biden To Establish A Nationwide Vaccine Distribution Plan To Avoid Confusion And Delays|
|10/2/2020||Construction Sector Adds 26,000 Workers In September But Nonresidential Jobs Stall As Many Commercial Firms Experience Project Cancellations|
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