May 11,2012

Construction employment for 2012 is on the upswing compared to 2011 but its a long road back to get to the peak of the summer of 2007,their are some hot spots but their are more cold spots,ironically Nevada is the coldest,with Arizona right behind it.The housing bubble that burst in 2008 has hurt some areas… Read more »

May 10,2012

Construction employment dipped by 5,000 jobs in April,2012 that was the first decline in the last seven months,ADP news bureau reported that we are still 16 percent below our all time high that peaked in the summer of 2008.These figures are based on the construction projects that are located in the largest 337 metropolitan areas,in… Read more »

April 2012

Construction employment went down in April 2012 by one tenth of one percentage point,after four months of modest gains that was to be expected.Since the first of the year construction employment is up 5.8 percent as reported by the Detroit Free Press, the the largest gain in the first four months since the first quarter… Read more »

March01,2012

A private research group known as the Conference Board said that the consumer confidence went from 61.5 percent in January 2012 to 70.8 percent in February 2012. Their senior technical strategist stated thatin the last quarter of 2011 everyone was saying that a double dip recession was right around the corner.The DOW crossed the 13,000… Read more »

February 2012

According to industry insiders the construction employment payroll increased by 2 percent in 2011.The manufacturing industry shed 5,800,000 jobs between 1999 and 2009,recently that trend is starting to reverse itself.January 2012 saw an increase in manufacturing jobs by 50,000.After hiring only 237,000 in all of 2011 ,50,000 in one month is a big upswing. The… Read more »