Total Jobs Level Relegates Dark Days to Past The U.S. economy has been so outstanding at creating jobs over the past ten years that now is a good time to stand back and assess where, among industries, the pickup has been most remarkable and whether there are currently signs of general easing.
If you work in construction, you’re probably used to the long wait to get paid after completing a job. You wait patiently for payment from the general contractor (GC). You try calling, sending emails and invoice reminders. Nothing seems to get their attention, in fact, they seem annoyed that you keep asking. Then you ask yourself: Is there anything I could have done to establish a relationship earlier on in the project? In fact, there is: Sending a preliminary notice is one of the best ways you can improve communication and build a stronger relationship from the start.
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Listed below are ConstructConnect’s Hot Commercial Construction Projects for the week of r 28 - November 25 - 29, 2019. Our Hot Projects showcases three currently bidding or sub-bidding projects from all 50 states and the District of Columbia pulled from our extensive database of construction leads.
As this next generation of children begins to reach adulthood, the push to get a four year college degree is seen as the only solution to achieve career success. Any other direction is frowned upon by parents and society. Unfortunately, this leaves a huge void in the labor market and ignoring a promising opportunity for today's youth.
Listed below are ConstructConnect’s Hot Commercial Construction Projects for the week of r 28 - November 18 - 22, 2019. Our Hot Projects showcases three currently bidding or sub-bidding projects from all 50 states and the District of Columbia pulled from our extensive database of construction leads.
While it has become the case that consumer spending now accounts for, by far, the major portion of U.S. gross domestic product (GDP), at 70%, foreign trade does still play an important role. Unfortunately, that role ‒ because it is a net figure of a smaller export number minus a bigger import number ‒ is currently a negative or repressive one.