By Andrew Lea-CarrollPosted April 20, 2018 10:31:23A lot of the construction industry is struggling right now.
But a lot of that is a result of a recession that has put a damper on things.
As a result, it’s hard to get a good sense of how things are looking.
So, we asked some of the experts to help us figure out how things have changed in the past 15 years.
They gave us some really important numbers, including how much construction work is happening now and how much it cost in the first place.
And they gave us their perspective on what those numbers mean, in terms of how they’re changing, and what it could mean for the future.
For starters, the boom that followed the 2001 recession seems to have been an incredible boon for the construction and construction-related industries.
The construction sector has now grown by 40% per year for the past three years.
It’s been the largest growth sector in the U.S. construction industry for the last 10 years, according to the U’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Construction-related jobs grew by more than 40% in the construction sector between 2000 and 2017.
So that was a huge boom in terms a boom for the entire industry.
But the boom was also followed by a massive decline in construction jobs between 2000 to 2017.
And it wasn’t just the boom in the 2000s.
For years after the construction boom, the construction- related jobs in the country were growing by a significant amount, especially during the 2000 recession.
And as a result construction jobs fell off dramatically during the downturn of 2008-2009.
But they bounced back, and construction jobs have been booming again in recent years.
And what about the cost of construction?
The average construction job in the United States was about $100,000, according the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
That number has been rising since 2000, according and it has grown by nearly 400% over the last 15 years alone.
The average price of construction work for a one-bedroom home is $200,000 today.
That’s about 20% more than it was in 2000.
Construction-related companies that build residential and commercial buildings also have had an incredible boom in recent times.
In fact, their total revenue is up by more, from $13 billion in 2015 to $18 billion in 2017.
That’s a lot.
But you might not be aware that construction- and construction related jobs are the single biggest sector of the economy in terms to overall employment.
Construction jobs were the biggest in construction-oriented industries in the early 2000s, but by 2020 they were the largest industry in construction.
And by 2022 they were going to be the biggest.
That was before the economic recession, but it was a big boom that took place.
Construction work has also been booming over the past decade.
In 2019, construction jobs were up by nearly 200% compared to 2016.
And construction jobs are up by 200% since 2000.
The next thing to look at is the cost.
Construction has been increasing in the last decade, but there’s a huge price difference between what construction is costing today and what construction was going for in 2000, 2000, and 2020.
For the average construction-associated job in 2017, construction cost was $72,000.
That price had increased to $88,000 by 2019.
In 2018 it was up to $97,000; in 2019 it was at $103,000 and by 2020 it was $111,000 per year.
Construction is still up a lot, but construction costs have gotten significantly cheaper in recent decades.
And that’s because, as construction goes up, there’s more construction work going in.
In 2000, construction work accounted for nearly three quarters of all construction work, but in 2018 construction accounted for just under half.
In 2020 it accounted for around 40%.
In 2019 it accounted nearly a third of all work, and in 2020 it’s still about one third of construction.
That said, there are some big differences in construction costs that have changed over the years.
Some of the biggest differences are in the number of workers involved.
Construction tends to be cheaper because fewer workers are involved, and because the cost is spread out over more of a period of time.
This means that the total cost of a construction project isn’t always the same for everyone.
That means that a project like the Super Bowl stadium in Arizona could be built at a lower cost than it would be if it were built at the same time in Las Vegas.
The average construction project costs $15 million per worker, but if you look at the average cost of work per worker for the major construction firms in the US, the average is $20 million.
The industry that makes the most money is the construction companies, because they can pay more to make things.
This also means that there’s less competition for workers and fewer jobs.
There are fewer people working for those firms, and the firms are able to raise prices by cutting jobs or