In Quincy, Massachusetts, the development of a new supermarket could bring new jobs to local residents. According to Sampan, CMart Market will create more jobs for construction professionals in 2013, as the business hopes to enhance the city’s economy.??
The project will create both full-time and temporary positions for construction workers. CMart Market owner Michael Fang noted that he expects the grocery store to be completed within seven months.??
???I’m excited to reach this deal to create good union jobs in Quincy,??? Fang told the news source.??
Construction employment is increasing in many cities and towns around the United States. In fact, the Wichita Business Journal reports that the Wichita, Kansas, metropolitan area saw a 3 percent year-over-year increase in construction sector employment in December 2012. Industry analysts also stated that the area had 14,800 positions in the construction, mining and logging segment.??
Additionally, recent data showed that construction industry employment increased in at least 139 metros last year, which bodes well for the segment’s future. If construction firms continue to accept commercial and residential projects, there could be a wide variety of employment opportunities available to qualified professionals in this field.??
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