AGC Survey Shows Construction Firms Plan to Hire More in 2015

February 2, 2015 Krysten Powers

A recently released study by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) shows that 80 percent of construction firms plan to hire new employees and expand their payrolls in 2015.

Just 7 percent of firms expect to reduce staff this year, according to the survey, which is part of Ready to Hire Again: The 2015 Construction Industry Hiring and Business Outlook. The survey shows that the majority of contractors are optimistic about the year ahead, despite concerns about worker shortages and regulatory burdens.

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