What is Your State Doing to Develop the Construction Workforce?

Programs in every state are focused on recruiting, educating and training new workers for the construction industry

All 50 states and Washington D.C. are running programs and creating initiatives to help recruit, train, educate and develop the construction industry workforce to help solve the construction laborer shortage.
All 50 states and Washington D.C. are running programs and creating initiatives to help recruit, train, educate and develop the construction industry workforce to help solve the construction laborer shortage.

The construction industry has been trying to rebuild its workforce for years. While there are many nationwide programs working to recruit, educate and train new construction workers there are also many state and local programs creating their own efforts to fill their construction workforce needs.

Construction Craft Professional Demand through June 2018

Developing and refilling the construction workforce pipeline is a must. Here is a sampling of construction workforce development programs in each state, broken down by the West, Midwest, Pacific, South and Northeast regions.

These articles introduce just some of the many programs and initiatives offered in each state. If you know of other construction workforce development programs in your state please let us know about them at khegeman@acbusinessmedia.com.

Construction Industry Workforce Development Programs in the West Region

Construction Industry Workforce Development Programs in the Midwest Region

Construction Industry Workforce Development Program in the Pacific Region

Construction Industry Workforce Development Programs in the South Region

Construction Workforce Development Programs in the Northeast Region

 

Nationwide Initiatives Work to Recruit Construction Laborers

Education is Key to Recruit, Develop the New Construction Workforce

Hands-on Training Opportunities Create Interest in Construction Jobs

Apprenticeships are Still a Viable Source of Construction Workforce Development

 

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