Labor Burden

The Four U.S. Cities with the Highest Construction Costs
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The Four U.S. Cities with the Highest Construction Costs

Average construction wages hit $100 per hour in New York City, according to a new... More

Why Don't Young Americans Want to Do Construction Work?
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Why Don't Young Americans Want to Do Construction Work?

Labor capacity risk may be mostly a case of missing motivators: mastery, autonomy,... More

Spring Ahead
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Spring Ahead

As weather improves and construction kicks into a higher gear, what're the odds of... More

Labor Gains and Lot Pains
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Labor Gains and Lot Pains

Gains in construction employment could ease builders' pain going into spring, but... More

Technology and Innovation Lead to Lower Job Site Risk and Greater Efficiency
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Technology and Innovation Lead to Lower Job Site Risk and Greater Efficiency

Smart glasses may be a lens into a future component of training construction trades. More

A Challenge for Almost-HUD Secretary Carson: Housing Labor Crisis tbvxwqvqdqrqdrafwyrvtdqcrzqtbbcdf
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A Challenge for Almost-HUD Secretary Carson: Housing Labor Crisis

A productive point of focus for an action-oriented change agent in housing--... More

A Boxing Day Builder's Salute
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A Boxing Day Builder's Salute

Holiday greetings to builders large, small, North, South, East, and West. More

Home Building's 'Elephant in the Room'
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Home Building's 'Elephant in the Room'

Without innovation, today's home building business models risk extinction ... a... More

Vote Tuesday
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Vote Tuesday

How will housing take stock of its challenging, double-standard position on some... More

Hanley Wood Survey: Construction Industry Not Overtime Ready
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Hanley Wood Survey: Construction Industry Not Overtime Ready

Nearly 72% of readers that responded to a recent survey aren't prepared for the... More

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