Skilled Worker Shortages Emerge
United States Energy Boom Increases Demand
This 2013 Spring report (view summary), was released late-June 2013 and provides detailed labor market information for Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. If this report isn’t what you need, contact us to order customized labor market analytics today.
What do I get with this report?
→ National and regional macroeconomic construction perspective → Regional labor demand scenarios by state → Regional supply/demand gap analysis by craft and state → Worker demographic trends → Oil and shale gas play analysis → Open shop wage trend data → Collective bargaining settlement trend data → Raw demand data in table format
The benefits and recommended uses for this report:
→ Project planning and scheduling → Project risk, contingency and labor cost management → Modularization and prefabrication decision-making → Contracting strategy → Marketing strategy → Human resource planning → Industry recruitment strategies → Training and curriculum planning and development
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