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|5/7/2021||Construction Employment Stalls In April As Soaring Costs, Supply-Chain Challenges, And Workforce Shortages Undermine Industry’s Recovery|
|4/28/2021||Construction Employment Declines In 203 Metro Areas From March 2020 To March 2021 Despite Homebuilding Boom And Improving Economy|
|4/9/2021||Record Jump In Materials Prices And Supply Chain Disruptions Threaten Construction Firms’ Ability To Complete Vital Nonresidential Projects|
|4/7/2021||Construction Employment Drops In 236 Metro Areas Between February 2020 & February 2021 Amid Project Cancellations, Supply Chain Problems|
|4/2/2021||Construction Employment Rebounds In March Following February Drop, But Rising Costs, Supply-Chain Woes, And Cancellations Threaten Outlook|
|4/1/2021||Construction Spending Slips In February As Shrinking Demand, Soaring Costs, And Supply Delays Threaten Project Completion Dates And Finances|
|3/31/2021||President’s Much-Needed Infrastructure Investments Are Likely To Be Undermined By Proposal’s Misguided Labor And Tax Proposals|
|3/26/2021||Construction Employment In February Trails Pre-pandemic Level In 44 States As Soaring Costs, Supply-chain Problems Jeopardize Future Jobs|
|3/19/2021||Construction Employment Slips In 225 Metro Areas From January 2020 To January 2021 As Rampant Cancellations Augur Further Declines Ahead|
|3/15/2021||Construction Employment In January Lags Pre-Pandemic Mark In 42 States As Canceled Projects, Supply-chain Woes Threaten Future Jobs|
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