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Skilled labor shortage means higher costs, concerns in construction industry (access required)

The ongoing shortage of skilled trade labor is impacting project times, payroll costs, ancillary expenses and safety concerns for construction companies throughout New York and the nation, according to 2019 Construction Outlook Survey results from the Associated General Contractors of America and Sage Construction and Real Estate. In New York, 82 percent of contractors responding to ...

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