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|Tuesday, July 06, 2010|
Fierce competition for the few Portland area construction jobs means local contractors can't hire new staff, and construction employment has dropped 11%.
Portland contractors have seen a slight increase in public projects such as university and hospital renovations paid for with federal and state stimulus money, but very few private sector projects.
Read more at The Daily Journal of Commerce.
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