Associated General Contractors of America

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Construction Employment Improves But Remains Held Back by Labor Shortages

More firms would have increased hiring levels if more qualified labor was... More

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Construction Employment Increases in 35 States in 2023

While growth is positive, the small labor pool is preventing firms from hiring... More

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AGC: Labor Shortages and Rising Costs Lead to Mixed Outlook for 2024

While demand for construction is likely to stay strong, several persistent... More

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AGC: Job Openings Continue to Outpace Hires in Construction, Widening Labor Shortage

Despite a near record-low unemployment rate, construction firms have indicated... More

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Construction Employment Growth Remains Strong in August

The Associated General Contractors of America indicated employment growth in the... More

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Why You Should Consider the Switch from Hard Hats to Helmets

Construction workers have a higher chance of slipping, tripping, and falling, and... More

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NAHB, AGC, ABC Comment on Final Davis-Bacon Rule

The organizations oppose the updated standard of determining the prevailing wage... More

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Report: More Than 80% of States Add Construction Jobs During 2022

The pace of employment growth slowed in December, and labor shortages remain a top... More

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Associations Join Lawsuit Challenging the Final WOTUS Rule Under the Clean Water Act

The groups, including the NAHB, NMHC, and NAR, state the WOTUS rule should be held... More

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NAHB Joins Coalition Opposing Proposed Changes to the Independent Contractor Test

The coalition of more than 200 business groups argues the proposed update to the... More

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