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Deepening Unemployment Hits Construction Industry Hard

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CHICAGO – APRIL 23: (L-R) Eric Gant, Rudy Vazquez and Carl Dominik work at a construction site for a 300,000 square foot urban auto dealership April 23, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois. Non-residential construction activity, which has been slow, is expected to continue its decline through the end of the year due in part to the lack of credit availability. The construction industry is already experiencing a 21.1 percent unemployment rate with 1.9 million unemployed workers. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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