U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

BLS: 161K Jobs Added in October
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BLS: 161K Jobs Added in October

Construction adds 11,000 jobs in October, the second straight month of progress. Read more

BLS: 255,000 Jobs Added to U.S. Nonfarm Payroll
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BLS: 255,000 Jobs Added to U.S. Nonfarm Payroll

The U.S. labor market continue to see growth in jobs and wages in July, despite... Read more

Construction Openings Down, Jobs Shed in May
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Construction Openings Down, Jobs Shed in May

More separations than hirings take place in May, leading to employment contraction... Read more

BLS: Job Market Rebounds, Adding 287,000 in June
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BLS: Job Market Rebounds, Adding 287,000 in June

Despite a flat month, construction--especially single-family housing--is expected... Read more

Construction Job Openings Hit a 108-Month High
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Construction Job Openings Hit a 108-Month High

Construction job openings end the month of March with a record-high rate of 3.0%,... Read more

Nonfarm Employment Up 160,000 in April
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Nonfarm Employment Up 160,000 in April

Construction hiring slows to 1,000 jobs, slowest pace seen since the beginning of... Read more

Nonfarm Employment Increases by 215,000, With Gains in Construction
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Construction Fatalities Decrease in 2013 Construction Fatalities Decrease in 2013

The number, and rate, of occupational fatal injuries decreased from 2012 to 2013, according to newly released data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Read more

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New Training Program Aims at Reducing Deaths Among Hispanic Workers

New OSHA directive forces builders to reconsider jobsite fall prevention. Read more

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Economy On the brink of recession as unemployment rises, construction spending falters, and economic growth is sluggish.

The U.S. economy is being hit by rising unemployment, faltering construction spending, and sluggish economic growth. Read more

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