Construction Vital Statistics - April 2017
Performance indicators show the construction sector is not performing as well in some areas as it did in the same period in 2016. The unemployment rate for the construction sector increased from the same time last year even though the unemployment overall has decreased from the previous year. The Construction Back Log Indicator is also down slightly from the same period last year, and sales expectations, profit margin expectations and staffing level intentions are all lower.
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