Six-figure construction jobs are going unfilled
Steve Green, vice president of the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER), echoed the potential for construction workers to attain income at, or above, $100,000.
The construction sector is ready to boom in 2018, but there’s just one problem: There aren’t enough qualified workers.
A new report released by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), found that 75% of contractors want to increase their headcount in 2018, thanks to the newly-approved tax reform bill, the government’s push to rollback red tape, strong economic growth and a continuation of favorable sector trends.
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