A new twist in the labor shortage: Are infrastructure firms seeking more work than workers?
from Construction Dive
Nearly a decade ago, the construction industry, along with the rest of the country, sank into what is now referred to as the Great Recession. Investment banks shut their doors, unemployment skyrocketed and funding was yanked out from underneath myriad construction projects, the evidence of which can still be seen in unfinished, now-blighted neighborhoods and half-started commercial developments in some boom-bust areas of the country.
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