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With the growth of construction work, the construction labor market has actually declined in the past 40 years, as has productivity. While most contractors say that in the coming months they hire new employees, almost all work by hiring qualified workers. And this is not expected. About half of the respondents reported that their ability to hire skilled workers is likely to worsen.
This reduction in the supply of builders will ultimately have a significant impact on the design and renovation of buildings in which critical infrastructures such as laboratories, hospitals, schools, dormitories, businesses and much more are located. So, since the gap in stocks begins to affect other industries, how can the construction industry move forward to prevent a negative impact on the economy as a whole? Here are a few ways.
We need to continue our recent investments in a greater degree in STEM (science, engineering, engineering and mathematics). Many of the most valuable builders have an understanding of science and technology involved in projects. This allows them to make more informed decisions about everything from which building materials are the most healthy in relation to how different materials affect each other.
To attract and support workers with this background to enter the industry, it is important to focus on the education and career of STEM. ACE Mentor Program of America Inc. - a mentoring program in high school for STEM students interested in construction, architecture and technology. This is the fastest growing program of a school mentor in the construction industry, where more than 8,000 students study in the 2016-2017 school year.