In a recent article published by Fortune.com, the
National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) estimated that there are
approximately 200,000 unfilled construction jobs in the U.S.—a jump of 81% in
the last two years. “The labor shortage is raising builders’ costs—and workers’
wages—and slowing down construction,” according to the article.1
We all know that the construction labor shortage is a
real issue, but what are the...