by Kyle Clapham

The residential construction industry lost about 1 million workers in the wake of the Great Recession that began in 2008. Aside from a spike in layoffs then re-hires in 2020, the residential labor market has been relatively stable. There is an ongoing need for more skilled labor, especially now as job openings have recently begun to rise.

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