The construction industry is starting to boom in a number of major metropolitan areas.
The number of workers who are building in the US and Canada has been on the rise since the mid-2000s, as the boomers who are now entering retirement have had their incomes boost by taking on a larger portion of the cost of their retirements.
As the industry has grown, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of buildings being built, with the number in the United States doubling between 2006 and 2015.
Construction workers are now responsible for more than half of all new homes built in the country.
And they are now paying a significant share of those homes’ costs.
The trend has been largely driven by the Affordable Care Act.
Since 2010, the number on the job in the construction industry has doubled.
Construction has been the largest single source of new construction in the USA since 2010, with more than 9 million new construction jobs created over that time.
But even as the industry’s growth has accelerated, construction jobs are still relatively small relative to the overall population.
According to a 2016 report by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, construction employment was 7% of the workforce in 2012, but it had grown to more than 20% by 2017.
In fact, it was more than 25% of total construction jobs in the entire US by 2017, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
The reason for the growth in construction is a combination of factors, including an economy that has been slow to recover from the financial crisis.
As construction workers enter retirement, they are increasingly needed to maintain the infrastructure of their old age.
As more construction jobs become available, the infrastructure for their old homes will have to be rebuilt, and the old structures and equipment they were used to maintaining will have had to be replaced.
And as the old infrastructure is replaced, the cost for rebuilding the older structures will also increase, and so will the cost to build new homes.
For many of these older structures, rebuilding is already expensive, as many of the older buildings have deteriorated, are nearing the end of their lives, or are in need of major repairs.
So even if you have a nice new home, you still might need to pay for the old building materials to maintain it for decades to come.
And for the same reason, it is not clear that the boom in construction will lead to a construction boom in the future.
Some economists have suggested that as more construction starts, the boom may actually cause construction to slow, as construction costs will be more expensive for new homes to be built.
For example, the Bureau the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis published a paper in March 2017 that predicted that the construction sector would be a negative net contributor to the nation’s GDP by 2030.
Instead, the economy will create a large amount of jobs and generate more wealth for the average worker.
But other economists have argued that there are ways in which construction may actually lead to greater demand for older housing.
For one, there is a growing movement to build older housing on more vacant land, and that could lead to higher housing prices and a more expensive housing market for older Americans.
The idea is that the more vacant and expensive the land, the more it is likely that there will be demand for homes built on it.
The Bureau of Housing and Urban Development also published a report in 2016 that argued that older housing could be a source of income for people with higher incomes, particularly for those who have been retired for longer.
But many economists and economists across the political spectrum have also argued that it would be better for people to retire at the very beginning of their careers.
In an interview with the Atlantic, economist Alan Krueger, a former President of the Federal reserve and the former chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, explained why that might be a mistake.
Kruegers argument is that people retire early and have a higher standard of living than their younger counterparts because of a strong work ethic, he said.
Krueser explained that if you want to live long, you need to be able to do more than one job.
“You need to do multiple jobs in a single industry,” he said, “so that’s the way you’re going to live, and if you’re retired and you want a job in a very specific industry, that’s where you’re gonna be.”
And in other words, the person retiring after a few years of working, and also in retirement, should not expect to be a job creator for their lifetime.
Krüger added that people retiring early in their careers should also be prepared to take on a significant portion of their income in retirement.
So Krueges argument is a different view from that of some economists.
But Kruegel believes that the current economic recovery has done little to boost the construction jobs of the future, and therefore that the new boom in building should be welcomed.
He also said that there is room for a boom in new housing in the coming years