Texas contractors combined scarcely 30000 jobs in August, AGC reports

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The attention combined scarcely 30,000 jobs in August. Still, Texas’ construction zone faces hurdles when it comes to anticipating competent workers.









Tricia Lynn Silva
Reporter/Project Coordinator- San Antonio Business Journal

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Texas chapters of a Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) have assimilated army to launch a new website designed to foster jobs in a construction attention statewide.

Known as texasconstructioncareers.com, a site will embody postings of construction jobs around a state. Job training, preparation opportunities and job-placement services — including services targeted during students and troops veterans — will be highlighted on a site as well.

AGC members settled that a new report, “Optimism Returns: The 2014 Construction Industry Hiring and Business Outlook,” underscores a hurdles a attention has faced on a practice front.

The news shows that while Texas contractors have fared improved than their peers other states, they have also found it tougher to find construction profesionals— including learned qualification workers. In some cases, construction firms are carrying to spin down work since they do not have labor for a given project.

Specifically, a site lists all of a places where qualification training is being supposing in a state. “Before today, no such website existed,” Doug McMurry, executive clamp boss of a San Antonio Chapter of AGC, said. “Also for a initial time, it provides companies a ‘just Texas, only construction’ pursuit bank.’”

Meanwhile, a latest practice research by Arlington, Va.-based AGC shows that over a 12 months finished Aug. 31, 2014, Texas contractors added 27,700 jobs. Only dual states combined some-more jobs on a year-over-year basement — Florida, 43,500 jobs; and California, 35,600 jobs.

A sum of 36 states combined jobs between Aug 2013 and 2014, AGC reported.

Echoing Texas’ concerns about a timorous labor pool, AGC CEO Stephen E. Sandherr remarkable that “labor shortages are expected to turn some-more serious but a improved tube for scheming new workers.”

Tricia Lynn Silva covers genuine estate, retail, construction, and law firms; she also skeleton and edits some special reports.




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