3,500 Welsh building workers could lose their jobs over the next five years because on ongoing struggles in the building industry. Output fell in Wales by 13% last year, leaving construction still in recession.
Just one project, the planned Wylfa nuclear power station on Anglesey, would be responsible for the bulk of any growth, according to the Construction Skills Network. They're the industry training organisation. That, though, will be little comfort for workers in others parts of Wales.
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