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Let's Get Social!
In the construction industry, its common for companies to have a website, a Facebook page, and maybe even an Instagram. Those are common because they are relatively easy to maintain, and have a low cost of setup. Using these avenues for marketing is usually priority #1, but that doesn't mean these things can't work for you in
Just like the rest of the world, Artificial Intelligence is on the rise in the construction industry. These neural nets can be applied in many areas of the industry, and there are already companies selling their services that use AI and machine learning in the field today.
What is AI and Machine Learning in Construction?
I'm Andrew and I'm the email marketing specialist at ConEquip. I was lucky enough to attend this year's CONEXPO convention in Las Vegas, and I wanted to share some key takeaways that I learned during my time there.
In an effort to reel in and keep current workers, construction companies are pumping up pay. The labor market for the construction sector is meager at best, with labor statistics indicating as many as a half million construction jobs remain unfilled. Add to that the number of construction workers quitting the profession, and you have a labor shortage crisis.
According to an Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) the construction sector had 400,000 job openings in March of this year, an increase of 60,000 jobs from the previous year.
Construction workers quit more than they were letgo by about 3% which is well above the layoffs and discharges rate of 1.6%. It's the 13th consecutive month with quits outpacing