A new Reuters/Ipsos poll found that the construction industry in America has been hit by a wave of job losses as new jobs have gone overseas.
The survey found that about three-quarters of respondents said they had lost their jobs in the construction sector in the past year.
More than one-third said they were expecting to lose their jobs this year.
The survey, which surveyed 2,200 respondents from April 1-3, found that American construction workers make up about a quarter of the construction workforce.
It also found that there were about two-thirds fewer American construction employees in 2020 than there were in 2000.
Construction is an important sector for the construction jobs industry.
It employs about 12 percent of the nation’s workforce.
About 1.8 million construction jobs are tied to the construction trades, which employ more than 10 million people.
The construction industry is in a period of consolidation and restructuring, as more companies are moving their production and assembly jobs overseas and as their suppliers are cutting back on costs.
This has forced the industry to diversify, with more companies opening up shop in the service and manufacturing industries.
But it is also a source of tension in the industry.
Some people who are building for the first time are worried that the supply chain is being disrupted, and they want the supply chains that support the supply companies to stay in place, said Mike Stegman, vice president of the Association of American Builders, an industry trade group.