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The Costly Impact of Reactively Battling a Construction Labor Shortage

If costs go up, construction slows down

The Costly Impact of Reactively Battling a Construction Labor Shortage

If costs go up, construction slows down

The U.S. construction industry employs nearly 10 million people and builds $1 trillion of new structures each year. But as labor dynamics shift and competition for talent rises, construction is becoming a more expensive and time-consuming proposition. In this world, the companies that win will be those that take a more proactive approach to hiring.

Download the research report to explore the numbers behind the hiring shortage, and learn how you can overcome it.