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Construction Industry Faces Continuing Labor Supply Struggles

Over the last decade, the labor shortage in the construction industry has consistently ranked as one of the sector’s top pain points. At the moment,

Can ISAs Help Slow the Educational Debt Crisis?

With student debt projected to reach $2 trillion by 2022, traditional education financing is in a state of flux as it looks for solutions to defuse, at
Benefits, ERISA
Tim Martin | 10.9.2019

Changes Coming Soon to MEPs, Other Legislative Developments Anticipated

Subsequent to its October 2018 proposed directive, the Department of Labor (DOL) revealed a final ruling on July 29 that will expand access to multiple

Better Strategy Could Help Ease Trucker Shortage, Retention Issues

According to the American Trucking Associations (ATA), the industry was short approximately 60,800 drivers in 2018. With freight volumes steadily on the

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Current and Forecasted Conditions Play Havoc with Higher Ed Revenue Growth

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the number of high school graduates in the Northeast and Midwest is projected to decrease between

Comment Letters Surrounding New Revenue Recognition Standard Reveal Issues

Public energy companies are now one year in on their implementation of ASC 606, Revenue From Contracts With Customers, the revenue recognition guidance

Transportation and Logistics to Continue Strong, if Slower, Growth in 2019

The bustling U.S. economy – led by robust consumer spending and energetic demand on durable industries like construction, manufacturing and mining
Tim Martin | 10.19.2018

2018 Construction Spending Update

Recently, the U.S Census Bureau released its report detailing a monthly estimate of the total dollar value of construction work done in the U.S. The spending

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State of Higher Education Looking Up, But Still Facing Challenges

The general outlook for the higher education sector has been negative for a number of years, according to Moody’s industry reports for the past several

Pa. Legislators Hope to Cut Permit Red Tape, Smooth Path for Drillers

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) claims it will render a decision on a drilling permit for new well within 45 days of application.

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