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Investment banker Margaret Whelan talks about labor constraints and how access to capital is fueling innovation in a home building industry not typically known for it
As unemployment dropped to 6.9% in October with the addition of 638,000 new jobs, residential construction employment also filled more vacant roles
Median wages for construction jobs continue to excel past national median wages, according to the National Association of Home Builders.
Although the pandemic is well underway, it’s not stopping the industry from recruiting more much needed workers.
With numerous new challenges, concerns, and worries facing construction workers today, boosting workplace morale and improving on-site safety may not be easy, but it's essential
Finding new ways to recruit workers into the home building industry can fulfill two needs: more skilled workers and more diversification.
Women make up 10.3% of the construction industry workforce and it has remained around that level for the past 18 years, according to NAHB.