During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Construction Performs Better Than Most

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Construction Performs Better Than Most

It seems as though the COVID-19 pandemic has made the world spin off of its axis. Besides affecting everyday life at home, almost every industry has seen undesirable challenges, including the construction sector. However, this industry has shown to be one of the most resilient. The construction sector contributes approximately $1.3 trillion to the economy. […]

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10 Job Interview Tips For High-Level Executives

Video interviewing is now the norm for HR departments as businesses embrace cost-effective and contactless executive search and onboarding. Having the skills to communicate your value, cultural fit, and past successes via Skype/Zoom is crucial. Here are the best ways you can ace your interview: Make a video for practice and it later Practice answering […]

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Utilities Construction Activity Is Returning To Pre-Pandemic Levels

Demand for expansive and improved broadband services is creating urgency for a stronger, better, faster Telecommunications industry. But alongside high expectations and new post-COVID challenges, the need for a capable workforce has slowed efforts for ideal expansion throughout the U.S. Hiring efforts that were paused due to the pandemic have continued to strain companies looking […]

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A Cry For Rural WIFI — Post-COVID Challenges For Telecommunications

A need to stay ahead of the curve for Telecommunications and Utility Construction companies has increased as infrastructure investments are increasingly slow to materialize. The coronavirus funds from Congress is being used as a short-term response to COVID, but broadband expansion is a long-term goal. The growing demand for improved broadband service can be felt […]

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Despite Slowdown, Hiring Carries On

Census data shows that most people who took a new job last year weren’t searching for one: Somebody came and got them. Hiring talent remains the number one concern of CEOs and equally, the top concern of the entire executive suite. However, like a wildfire, the market instability brought on by the coronavirus has swept […]

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Smart Buildings Can Be The New Normal To Keep Us Healthy

If there was ever a time for Real Estate developers to turn to technology, it is now. In our COVID-19 era, smart building technology within Real Estate Development can lead the charge of monitoring for virus-free zones. Although nobody knows exactly what our “new normal” will look like, there are already changing attitudes towards health, […]

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Bullish Trends Lead Single-Family Homes Built For Renting

Housing is playing its traditional role in leading the economy out of recession, as the single-family built-for-rent market is experiencing bullish trends. The old American Dream is alive and well for homebuyers. Buyer demand has remained high for single-family inventory, creating a window of opportunity for the sector. Alongside concerns over housing affordability, the single-family […]

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