This section includes white papers, reports and statistics that provide insight into trends, projections and workforce development strategies for the construction industry, as well as best practices for education and implementation efforts of craft training.

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In Her Own Words

Published By NCCER. March 6, 2023

To go beyond the numbers and statistics that are typically presented in research about women in construction, NCCER met with 176 tradeswomen and analyzed survey responses from 770 women in construction.

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2022 Construction Craft Salary Survey

Published By NCCER. February 23, 2022

Archived Results: 20182016, 201420132012

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Creating Your Very Own Talent Pipeline:
Innovative ways to build a continuous stream of qualified workers.

When you have an open position to fill — or need to expand your workforce — what do you do first? Where do you turn to find skilled workers? Through research, Build Your Future found an important (and often overlooked) source that can build a strong backbone for your talent pipeline. Read more to find out how to target this new audience.

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Research & Marketing Playbook with Resource Guide

Need help recruiting the next generation of your workforce? This recruitment resource offers research, analysis and guidance to enable the construction industry to effectively reach out to parents and influencers of students, shift perceptions and highlight the benefits of a career in construction.

Designed for marketing teams of all sizes, you can download our overview Playbook, the in-depth Resource Guide or individual modules based on your needs.

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Restoring the Dignity of Work:
Transforming the U.S. Workforce Development System into a World Leader

Published by NCCER, Construction Users Roundtable, Ironworkers/IMPACT and Construction Industry Institute. July 2018.

The backbone of our society rests on the craft professionals who build it. Learn how you can help restore the dignity of work in the U.S.

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