Canada Braces for Mass Construction Skills Shortage
Over 250,000 construction workers are expected to retire this decade.
Almost 34,000 Positions Unfilled in Alberta
Employers are having a hard time filling jobs in Alberta, which could be another of sign of economic recovery in the province, according to the Canadian...
Australia Facing Shortage in Skilled Engineers
Engineers with 12D experience and those in areas such as civil, structural and other areas are in shortage throughout Australia as a large number of public...
Australia Faces Housing Trade Skills Shortage
As the home building boom rolls on, a shortage of skilled tradespeople has emerged across significant parts of the residential construction industry in Australia.
Tasmania Skills Shortage to Slow Water Infrastructure
Tasmania's government says it can fix the state's ailing water infrastructure in five years but concedes it needs help from mainland workers to get there.
Australian Construction Employment Soars to Record Heights
As employment within the building sector soars to record heights, construction industry professionals such as site mangers, contracts administrators and forepersons/supervisors are in massive demand, a...
Australia’s Looming Engineering Skills Crisis
In any society, the value of engineers cannot be underestimated.
Alberta Facing Construction Worker Shortage
Alberta needs to start training new workers now, even as it projects Alberta could lose up to 11, 000 construction jobs over the next year.
Newfoundland Construction Workforce to be ‘Significantly Reduced’
A Canada-wide, industry-led organization is forecasting construction workforce challenges in the coming years in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Quebec Construction Mogul Tony Accurso Acquitted
The jury in the trial of well-known Quebec construction magnate, Tony Accurso, who was accused of breach of trust, needed less than 24 hours of deliberations...
Large Number of Retirements to Hold-back N.L.’s Construction Sector
The latest labour market forecast by BuildForce Canada is raising some concerns for the construction industry in Newfoundland and Labrador.