When construction costs are too high, women are the ones at the front line of the labour force

Construction cost estimators like the one we’re looking at are used by governments, unions, and corporations to gauge how much construction is being done in a particular area.

The best ones don’t look at all like the typical job site.

They are all about the people who are getting paid to build the project.

The construction industry’s biggest employers in the US, the United Kingdom, and Japan are all heavily reliant on subcontractors, a sector that is estimated to account for roughly half of all construction jobs in the world.

The U.S. and Japan have both had their construction sector decimated by automation and outsourcing, and they’re still building projects at a rapid pace, according to the United Nations.

When the US and Japan’s construction workers go home to the construction industry, they often spend years rebuilding themselves.

In a 2012 study by the Center for Economic and Policy Research, researchers found that women were responsible for 78 percent of all US construction jobs over the past 20 years, but only 37 percent of construction jobs nationwide.

The report found that “the construction industry is currently paying women significantly less than men for the same work.”

That means that when you’re building a new house, you’re paying for a woman to build it, too.

When construction companies do get around to paying workers based on the gender of their workers, they’re often forced to pay women less.

The most prominent example is the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which was built by the United States in 2008 and then approved by the U.N. last year.

The project has seen the largest construction pay cut in the history of the industry.

According to a report by the Union of Concerned Scientists, in the years after the project’s approval, women who were employed in the construction sector lost their jobs by a ratio of 14 to one.

That’s a big deal for those who rely on construction jobs, but for the many women who are not in the sector, the pay cuts are devastating.

“I know a lot of women who have gone through this,” said Kati Williams, a former construction worker and executive director of the International Federation of Worker’s Cooperatives.

“It was really upsetting, because they were making a lot more than men.”

When the construction company that built the pipeline refused to compensate women workers based solely on the sex of their employer, the union sued the company.

The judge ultimately ruled that the construction union didn’t have a valid claim because the company didn’t actually pay women for their work, according the New York Times.

That decision sparked a national conversation about the gender pay gap, and the Trump administration took it upon itself to ensure that women workers get paid the same as men.

Trump has made clear that he intends to make the construction economy more equitable, and he’s already signed a number of executive orders to boost women’s rights.

Earlier this year, he signed an executive order that would “modernize the federal contracting process for the federal government,” and he is expected to sign another executive order in the coming weeks that will mandate equal pay for women in construction.

However, the US Department of Labor (DOL) has said that the Trump Administration has not yet determined whether to include gender pay equity as part of its workforce policies.

The agency is also working to make sure that contractors are able to “make hiring decisions based on a broad range of relevant information, including the gender composition of their workforce, job responsibilities, and skills,” the agency said in a statement.

“The DOL will continue to work with industry to ensure equal pay and employment opportunities for women, including through an equal pay plan.”

The Trump administration has made it clear that it’s looking for ways to help female workers get ahead, and that they will look to make it easier for women to build new projects as well.

The first step in that direction is the US Labor Department’s proposed $500 million Women-In-Construction Pay Equity Program, which would give up to $5,000 in funding to contractors who are required to pay workers based not on their gender, but on the number of years they’ve worked for the company, as opposed to the number they have in the industry, and their gender.

The proposal would also require that companies provide the names of workers who have been paid less in the past five years, and for those women who haven’t received any pay in the last three years, they would be required to report the details to the agency within 30 days.

The department will also review existing programs that have already been set up to help pay women in the labor force.

The Department of Energy is also considering an overhaul of the way that the Department of Commerce and the U