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Increasing Costs and Supply Chain Challenges Continue to Impact Glass Companies

Prices of glass and materials continue to rise and affect the glass and glazing industry. PRL Glass Systems, based in City of Industry, Calif., recently announced it has undergone a cost increase from its glass vendors effective March 7, 2022, … Continue reading

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Construction Employment Dips In January

Construction employment dipped by 5,000 jobs between December and January even though hourly pay rose at a record pace in the past year, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of government data. Association officials said … Continue reading

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OSHA Vaccine Mandate Withdrawal Will Ease Sector’s Labor Challenges and the Struggle to Reach Pre-Pandemic Job Levels

Construction employment in December remained below levels reached just before the start of the pandemic in more than half the states as firms struggled to find enough workers to hire, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released by the … Continue reading

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Construction Adds 22,000 Jobs in December; Jobless Rate Falls To 5%

Construction employment increased by 22,000 jobs between November and December as nonresidential construction firms added workers for the fourth month in a row while residential construction employment slipped, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of … Continue reading

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Construction Adds 31,000 Jobs in November, with Gains in all Segments

According to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America, construction employment increased by 31,000 jobs between October and November as nonresidential construction firms added workers for the third month in a row. Association officials said construction firms were … Continue reading

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