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From the monthly archives: October 2012

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Construction Unemployment Rises to 11.9 Percent in September

In a sign the nation’s construction industry continues to struggle, the construction unemployment rate rose to 11.9 percent in September, up from 11.3 percent in August, according to the Labor Department’s Oct. 5 employment report. However, the construction unemployment rate is down from 13.3 percent the same time last year. Read the rest of entry »

Construction Spending Declines Second Month in Row; Down 0.6 Percent in August

Construction spending has fallen for the second consecutive month, dipping 0.6 percent in August, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. However, spending is up 6.5 percent from one year ago.  Read the rest of entry »