Economics

Architecture Billings Start 2017 With a Contraction
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Architecture Billings Start 2017 With a Contraction

After reaching the highest level since 2007 in December, architecture billings... More

The U.S. Adds 161,000 Jobs in October, Sees Solid Wage Growth
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The U.S. Adds 161,000 Jobs in October, Sees Solid Wage Growth

Construction adds 11,000 jobs, the second straight gain after shrinking for months. More

U.S. Architecture Firms See a Near-Complete Recovery Since Great Recession
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U.S. Architecture Firms See a Near-Complete Recovery Since Great Recession

The AIA’s latest survey reports that growing profitability has allowed firms to... More

Job Market Adds 287,000 Positions in June
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Job Market Adds 287,000 Positions in June

Despite a flat month, construction—especially single-family housing—is expected to... More

U.S. Adds 38,000 Jobs in May
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U.S. Adds 38,000 Jobs in May

Construction and manufacturing shed payroll positions, while U.S. job creation... More

The Number of Architects in the U.S. Grew in 2015
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The Number of Architects in the U.S. Grew in 2015

Plus, NCARB reports that last year also saw the most individuals ever preparing... More

Architecture Billings Index Posts Modest Gains in March
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Architecture Billings Index Posts Modest Gains in March

The AIA's monthly index shows recovery in the multifamily sectors is driving... More

U.S. Adds 215,000 Jobs in March
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U.S. Adds 215,000 Jobs in March

Architecture hiring slows, despite a positive month for the construction sector... More

Architecture Hiring Continues to Climb in January
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Architecture Hiring Continues to Climb in January

The increases for the practice mirror national, industry-wide payroll gains for... More

Architecture Billings Index Starts Off 2016 In Negative Territory
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Architecture Billings Index Starts Off 2016 In Negative Territory

The slight dip below the break-even point is due in part to broader economic... More

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