Construction employment across the Southwest dipped in December, with a loss of nearly 1,600 jobs from November to December 2014 across the three-state region. According to data by the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, construction employment experienced losses month-to-month, including 200 in Arizona, 1,000 in Nevada and 400 in New Mexico.In 2014, the region collectively about 1,300 jobs: Arizona lost the most jobs in the region, at 4,400, while Nevada gained 4,600 jobs and New Mexico lost about 1,500. ArizonaArizona’s construction sector continues to struggle. Although more than 7,000 jobs were added state-wide in December, according to seasonally adjusted employment
Rich Gohl was promoted to preconstruction manager at the Southwest district of Sundt Construction in Tempe, Ariz. Gohl will be responsible for all preconstruction activity in the district, including estimating and procurement as well as contractor and subcontractor selection.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released the preliminary employment numbers for the month of October. In the construction field they are reporting an overall decrease in employment for the Southwest region. The numbers are showing that New Mexico, and Nevada both experienced downturns in their job growth between September and October, while Arizona saw a slight increase within the same time frame. Year-over-year, Arizona has fewer employed construction workers than in October 2013, while both New Mexico and Nevada have more. The reported numbers from Arizona are 118,400 employed construction laborers in October 2014, a slight rise from the
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