Monthly Archives: September 2020

Two-thirds Of Metros Shed Construction Jobs From August 2019 To August 2020 As Association Urges Congress To Pass Covid Relief Before Leaving

September 30, 2020

Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land and Brockton-Bridgewater-Easton, Mass. Have Worst 12-Month Losses, While Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, Ind. and Niles-Benton Harbor, Mich. Top Job Gainers

Construction Employment Declined In 39 States Between August 2019 And 2020 While 31 States And Dc Added Jobs Between July And August

September 18, 2020

California & Vermont Lost the Most Jobs for the Year, Utah & South Dakota Added the Most; Hawaii & Nevada Lost the Most Jobs Between July and August, New Mexico & California Added the Most

Construction Sector Adds 16,000 Workers In August But Nonresidential Jobs Shrink; Association Survey Finds Contractor Pessimism Is Increasing

September 4, 2020

Postponed and Canceled Projects Proliferate, Yet Majority of Firms Report Difficulty Filling Hourly Craft Positions; Officials Urge Immediate Federal Action to Fund Infrastructure and Enact Liability Reforms

Coronavirus Has Caused Significant Construction Project Delays And Cancellations, Yet Demand For Skilled Labor Is High, New Survey Finds

September 2, 2020

Sixty Percent of Firms Report Future Projects Have Been Canceled or Delayed, But 52 Percent of Firms Struggle to Find Craft Workers Amid Worker Fears of COVID and Unemployment Supplement

Public And Private Nonresidential Construction Spending Slump In July As Industry Employment Declines From July 2019 In Two-thirds Of Metros

September 1, 2020

New York City, Brockton-Bridgewater-Easton, Mass. Have Worst Job Losses, While Walla Walla, Wash. and Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, Md. Post Largest Year-over-Year Construction Employment Increases

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