A decade ago, a New York Times article headlined “New Jersey and Florida are the worst construction states in the world” highlighted New Jersey as “a state where people still build on the sidewalk” and Florida as “the state with the most abandoned and abandoned houses in the country.”
The story noted that in 2011, there were 583 abandoned houses on the Sunshine State.
But the construction industry has been on the upswing for years.
In 2011, construction outpaced the overall economy by $7.7 trillion, according to a recent report by the Federal Reserve.
The number of Americans working in construction jumped by 1.4 million in 2011 alone, according the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
More than 1.3 million construction jobs were created in the U, in 2012, according a recent study by the National Association of Home Builders.
A new study by researchers at the University of Chicago finds that in addition to the construction boom, there is also a surge in the use of temporary housing.
Construction-related unemployment, which had been hovering around 4.5 percent for several years, jumped to 6.3 percent in 2012.
A 2012 report from the Department of Housing and Urban Development found that the percentage of Americans who have been unemployed for more than six months rose from 3.7 percent in 2007 to 6 percent in 2011.
S.’s unemployment rate is currently 3.6 percent, which is the highest in the developed world.
According to a 2013 report from The Wall Street Journal, the construction sector has seen a 20 percent increase in profits in the past five years.
For those employed in construction, the job is not just about the money; it’s also about the people.
The Wall St. Journal reported that while construction is the fastest-growing job market, the average age of the workforce has increased by about a decade, from 25 to 28.
In fact, the age of new workers has increased, as construction workers have aged.
While the construction workforce has remained relatively stable, it is growing.
Construction workers are not only younger, but also more likely to be women.
And the number of women in the construction work force is growing, with the Bureau of Labour Statistics reporting that “the number of female workers increased by 14 percent from 2011 to 2012.”
The UES report notes that there are more female workers working in the industry than any other occupation, with an increase of more than 25 percent between 2011 and 2012.
According the BLS, construction workers are more likely than any occupation to be in low-paying service jobs, and have an average annual pay of less than $20,000.
According The Wall Sputnik, the Bureau says that in 2012 the construction jobs in the United States were worth more than $6.7 billion, and the industry is expected to be worth more in 2025.
As a result of the economic growth in construction jobs, wages have risen.
In the construction field, workers earn $17.90 an hour and a median annual salary of $51,000, according To The News.
Construction and mining jobs are the highest paid in the field, with average hourly wages of $61,000 and median salaries of $55,000 in 2012 according to The Wall sputnik.
But it is not all good news.
In recent years, the housing boom has coincided with a construction boom in many areas of the U., and some cities have experienced construction-related gentrification.
In Philadelphia, a city that was the epicenter of the housing bubble, there are currently more than 40 projects that are in the pipeline for construction in the city.
In New York City, some of the most expensive real estate in the nation is being built on vacant lots.
The construction boom has created a glut of new housing, but many of the units are not in the most desirable neighborhoods.
In some cases, new construction is being conducted on vacant properties that are not well connected to existing neighborhoods.
Many residents of Philadelphia and New York are experiencing a construction frenzy as the city is attempting to fill a void left by the foreclosure crisis.
But some residents are worried about the impacts of gentrification on their neighborhoods.
Residents in neighborhoods like East New York and Lower East Side in Brooklyn, who have seen gentrification occur in their communities, are worried that the boom is creating new crime.
The Times reported that the number and rate of murders in East New Yorks neighborhoods have increased significantly since gentrification began.
The New York Post reports that murders increased by 32 percent in East Yorks from 2008 to 2010.
A report by an advocacy group in New York states that in East NY, the city has seen an increase in shootings by 2.3 times the rate of other communities.
There have also been reports of a spike in drug and weapons possession.
In 2014, there was a 4.6-percent increase in homicides in New Yanks.
In East NY in particular, the Times reports that there has been a