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|9/18/2020||Construction Employment Declined In 39 States Between August 2019 And 2020 While 31 States And Dc Added Jobs Between July And August|
|9/4/2020||Construction Sector Adds 16,000 Workers In August But Nonresidential Jobs Shrink; Association Survey Finds Contractor Pessimism Is Increasing|
|9/2/2020||Coronavirus Has Caused Significant Construction Project Delays And Cancellations, Yet Demand For Skilled Labor Is High, New Survey Finds|
|9/1/2020||Public And Private Nonresidential Construction Spending Slump In July As Industry Employment Declines From July 2019 In Two-thirds Of Metros|
|8/21/2020||Construction Employment Declines from June to July in 26 States and D.C. as Projects Are Canceled; Association Calls for New Relief Steps|
|8/7/2020||Construction Industry Adds 20,000 Employees In July But Nonresidential Employment Dips; Association Warns Skid Will Worsen Without New Relief|
|8/3/2020||Construction Spending Decreases For Fourth Consecutive Month In June As Declines In Leading Public Categories, Homebuilding Dominate Results|
|7/29/2020||62 Percent Of Metros Shed Construction Jobs From June 2019 To June 2020 As Association Calls For New Infrastructure Funding, Other Relief Steps|
|7/27/2020||Senate Republicans’ Coronavirus Relief Measure Includes Provisions That Will Help Hard-hit Construction Firms Recover|
|7/17/2020||Construction Employment Rises From May To June In 31 States, Slips In 18; Association Warns Job Losses Will Resume Without Federal Funding|
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