January 2008
Career Guide to Industries;2008/2009, p1
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The article offers information on the construction industry in the U.S. It included an overview of the nature of the industry, work environment, different occupations involved, training and advancement and industry earnings. The author, the U.S. Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics, also provided an outline on the significant points of the industry.


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