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Fewer Metro Areas Add Construction Jobs During Past Year as Group Urges President-Elect To Pair Workforce With Infrastructure Measures

Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colo., Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Fla. and Boise, Idaho Top Growth List While Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Texas and Casper, Wyo. have Largest Annual Declines Construction employment increased in 211 metro areas between November 2015 and November 2016, the lowest number of metro areas to add jobs in four years, according to a …

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Engineering inventions created during the industrial revolution

Marked by technological and industrial developments that affected the way people live and work, the Industrial Revolution happened in two stages: at first it took off with the mechanization of labor in Great Britain while the second phase focused more on technical improvements that led to more complex engineering inventions …

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Ten books that should be in every engineer’s collection

Due to the stressful nature of the profession, it is important that engineers are able to unwind regularly. A great way to do this is through reading books that can help stimulate the mind and even enhance their creativity. These are some of the books every engineer should get: The …

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