Industry News - Construction Staffing - January 2012

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Colorado's construction industry rebounding
Colorado's construction industry rebounding

The construction industry in Colorado appears poised to recover through 2012 with hiring for new positions expected to increase compared to the last few years, according to a new survey released by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

Unemployment falls in CA as state boosts construction staffing
Unemployment falls in CA as state boosts construction staffing

California's unemployment dropped in December as strong construction staffing contributed to rising payrolls.

Construction staffing could see improvement as Arizona jobless rate remains steady
Construction staffing could see improvement as Arizona jobless rate remains steady

While Arizona's unemployment rate remained at 8.7 percent in December, signs are pointing to an improving economy, particularly with construction staffing poised to recover, according to a recent survey conducted by the Associated General Contractors of America.

Various signals indicate that construction staffing is on rise in Connecticut

Two companies released a report on January 9 indicating that they have agreed upon a plan that will finance a $225 million Plainfield Renewable Energy (PRE) biomass project in Plainfield, Connecticut.


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