In a Strained Labor Market, the Construction Workforce Continues to Age

Originally Published by: Builder–October 2018
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From the Article: “The aging workforce may soon compound U.S. builders’ labor issues—a top concern for NAHB members. With 240,000 unfilled construction jobs in the U.S., an aging workforce may create other problems for builders….If more young workers do not enter the field, many firms will be forced to adopt labor-saving technologies like robotics and autonomous equipment and labor-saving techniques such as lean construction and off-site prefabrication…”

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