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US firms raising wages; skills gap in goods producing sector – Daily Times

US firms raising wages; skills gap in goods producing sectorDaily Times… Construction companies are finding it difficult to find skilled workers and they feel they have been losing experienced workers to other industries,” said Ken Simonson, a NABE analyst and chief economist for the Associated General Contractors of …and more »

U.S. Firms raising wages; skills gap in goods producing sector – survey

A significant number of American companies plan to raise wages in the next three months, a survey showed on Monday, bolstering expectations of an acceleration in wage growth this year. The National Association for Business Economics' (NABE) latest quarterly business conditions survey found 51 percent of the 93 economists who participated said their firms expected to increase wages in the first …

Construction firms see growth, labor shortage – Idaho Business Review

Construction firms see growth, labor shortageIdaho Business Review… 80 percent of construction firms nationwide plan to expand their payrolls in 2015, but firms also expect finding workers to fill professional and craft worker positions to continue to be a challenge, according to the Associated General Contractors …

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