08
Jul 2016

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Featured Jobseeker

Featured Jobseeker

Abel Obregon, safety professional. Ninteen years of experience throughout Texas. Cell phone number is (956)254-3050. Resume posted on the job bank. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=525133157684022&id=252585101605497     

07
Jan 2016

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Construction contractors have plenty to build in 2016

Construction contractors have plenty to build in 2016

With projects abundant, hiring expected to grow. Thanks to planned construction of education facilities and other public and private projects, San Antonio commercial contractors can share in state and national optimism for a busy 2016, local and national industry leaders said Wednesday. The optimism...

30
Oct 2015

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A fresh start at AT&T Center

A fresh start at AT&T Center

Former prisoner found work at county’s Second Chance Job Fair. For electrician John Hopper, it really was a second chance. Having done five years in prison for a drug offense, his job prospects were limited when he emerged from federal custody. But his fortunes...

14
Sep 2015

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Construction Worker Shortage Growing More Severe

Construction Worker Shortage Growing More Severe

The national construction worker shortage is widening. A new Associated General Contractors of America survey conducted this summer shows that 86 percent of construction firms are having trouble filling craftsmen and professional positions, up from 83 percent in 2014 and 81 percent in 2013. The...

10
Mar 2015

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Wages for Craft Professionals on the Rise

Wages for Craft Professionals on the Rise

According to NCCER’s 2014 Craft Professional Wage Survey, wages for craft professionals continue to rise with the average annual salary being more than $50,000, excluding overtime, per diem, bonuses or other benefits. This is very encouraging news for anyone looking for career opportunities and...

09
Feb 2015

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The 2015 Construction Hiring Outlook

The 2015 Construction Hiring Outlook

Ready to Hire Again: The 2015 Construction Hiring and Business Outlook After several years of growth in demand, contractors appear confident about the immediate future, with an overwhelming majority of firms planning to expand their payrolls in 2015. Indeed, if their predictions come true,...

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