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Business News: Builders face delays as staffing shortages worsen

By John Seelmeyer

Construction outfits in Reno and Sparks struggle to keep their jobs on schedule as it gets more difficult for them to find enough help. About 20,400 people worked in construction in the region in November, reports the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation. That’s an increase of 1,700 workers over the same month year earlier.

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