As construction jobs on both sides of the border increase, the cost of living in the United States continues to climb.
We asked one construction industry expert to analyze the current job market in the U.S. for both construction and construction related occupations.
It turns out construction jobs are up significantly since the recession.
In fact, we found construction jobs as high as 14% higher than they were in 2008.
The number of construction jobs in the country has increased from 3.3 million in 2010 to 3.7 million in 2016.
This is due to an increase in the number of permits, according to a 2016 report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A report by U.K. consulting firm Deloitte noted that the number for construction workers rose in 2016 from 790,000 to 815,000.
According to the BLS, construction workers have a median annual wage of $53,600.
The BLS data is based on an employment-based approach that does not account for hours worked, hours worked over the course of a year, or years of experience.
The U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCAPWA), an organization that tracks the employment status of workers in the region, noted that a greater number of workers are employed in the construction sector than they are in other occupations.
“More construction workers are now employed in construction and related industries,” said Jens Ludwigsen, ESCAPWA’s executive director, in a statement.
“In the last few years, however, many workers have been laid off, and many of them are back to the construction and associated industries.
The construction industry has also been hit hard by the downturn in the oil and gas industry, which has had a very negative impact on the construction industry overall.”
The number in the labor force has increased since 2010, when the economy was in its worst recession since World War II.
The unemployment rate dropped to 4.6% in March, a number that has not changed since March 2010.
However, since February, the number in unemployment has increased, from 8.1% to 9.4%.
In the last three months, construction jobs have grown by 12.7%, according to the latest data from the Bureau the U