Industry News - Construction Staffing - 2011

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Construction staffing on the rise in Ohio

New data provided by the Associated General Contractors of America shows that the the number of construction jobs in Ohio is increasing slightly, and this change could spur construction staffing.

Construction staffing to rise in Louisville as area adds jobs
Construction staffing to rise in Louisville as area adds jobs

Construction staffing has been strong in Louisville, Kentucky, as the number of related positions in the area has increased by 800 between November 2010 and the same month in 2011, according to data provided by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

Construction spending increases in U.S., aiding construction staffing
Construction spending increases in U.S., aiding construction staffing

For the third consecutive month, U.S. builders spent more on shopping centers, homes and offices in October, a positive sign that construction staffing could be on the rise across the country.

Construction staffing rises significantly in Buffalo
Construction staffing rises significantly in Buffalo

The Buffalo-Niagara, New York region reportedly increased its construction staffing at a higher rate than all but two metro areas in the U.S. over the last year, an industry official said during a recent news conference.

Construction staffing rises as ADP predicts strong November job growth
Construction staffing rises as ADP predicts strong November job growth

The latest ADP National Employment Report, which is released ahead of the Labor Department's monthly figures, suggests private-sector employment grew by 206,000 from October to November, with construction staffing helping to lead the way.

Construction staffing recovering in Minnesota
Construction staffing recovering in Minnesota

The Minnesota unemployment rate fell 0.5 percentage points to a seasonally adjusted rate of 6.4 percent in October, with construction staffing and other industries hit hard by the recession showing signs of improvement.


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