Almost 80% of Construction Firms Plan to Add Headcount in 2019

SHANE HEDMOND | February 8, 2019

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The construction industry is still booming in most of the country, which is turning into a double-edged sword for many contractors. On the one hand, more work equals more money. On the other, more work means the need to find more qualified workers to actually build the projects, which has proven to be a very tough task in recent years. A recent survey highlights the repercussions of that dilemma.

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