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Immigration, labor shortages, & U.S. construction marketsAuthor(s): Al Schuler
Source: Structural Building Components Magazine 20-25
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionAs discussed in last month's column, according to Dr. Ira Wolfe, author of The Perfect Storm Fact Book, we are witnessing the beginning of a "perfect labor storm."" Globalization and demographic trends are colliding, and the result is a growing shortage of workers who possess the right skills to do the available jobs.
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CitationSchuler, Al. 2006. Immigration, labor shortages, & U.S. construction markets. Structural Building Components Magazine 20-25
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