Monthly Archives: September 2017

How Construction Jobs Are Affected By A Hurricane

In the past decades after hurricanes reap havoc on the US, construction jobs grow faster than the national average. Following a hurricane requires the reconstruction of roads, buildings and homes allowing for a major increase in construction activity.

In 2005 after hurricane Katrina, Louisiana experienced an increase in construction jobs gaining around 7,800 jobs in […]

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US Drivers Still Setting Records

Since June, miles driven by US drivers increased 1.2% compared to this time last year. Also, since last year the amount of miles traveled increase by 1.6% up to 1.58 trillion miles so far this year.

In June motorists logged 280.9 billion miles on US roads and highways.

The record driving volumes were welcome news for […]

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