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Construction

Construction Sector Jobs Up by More Than 200,000 Since November 2021

Over 200,000 construction jobs have been added in the past year as the labor market continues its strong post-pandemic recovery

Education + Training

These Tradesmen Are Launching Initiatives to Attract the Next Generation of Skilled Workers

In order to encourage young adults to consider careers in the skilled trades, a builder, a plumber, and a lumberyard are providing educational resources to high schoolers across America

Business Management

Housing’s Great Rethink: Workforce Development Takes Center Stage

To refill the construction labor pool from the fallout of the Great Resignation and combat the skilled labor shortage, home builders must adjust their approach to attract and retain a skilled workforce

Labor + Trade Relations

How the Construction Industry Is Rethinking Workforce Development

Home builders, trade associations, NGOs, and other groups are aggressively ramping up skilled construction labor training programs to bring more workers into the industry

NAHB

Seeking Bipartisan Solutions for the Housing Affordability Crisis

NAHB Policy Briefing | Housing is a bipartisan concern, with housing affordability a top-tier political issue; residential construction sees continuing labor shortage

Business Management

Software for Home Builders: Why It Isn’t Working

Software systems offer home builders real operational advantages, but several stumbling blocks continue to undermine success

Labor + Trade Relations

U.S. Department of Labor Announces $90M Funding Opportunity for Employment Resources

The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced plans to allocate $90 million in YouthBuild Program grants to provide training and employment services to young adults in disadvantaged communities

Education + Training

Washington Builders Introduce New Workforce Training Programs to Tackle Labor Shortage

Industry leaders in Washington are rolling out a number of new training programs and initiatives meant to connect young adults with career opportunities in the skilled trades

Women in Construction

The Share of Women in Construction Is at a Record High, but How Did It Get There?

A skilled labor shortage is creating a pathway for greater diversity and inclusion in the construction workforce, and women are leading the charge

Labor + Trade Relations

In a Rebounding Labor Market, Older Gen Z Workers Are Notably Absent

Fewer people aged 20 to 24 are working or seeking a job, and the possible reasons why have economists dumbfounded

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