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Évosz Expects Orders to Drop off Next Year

Construction

Two-thirds of the member companies of the National Association of Construction Contractors (Évosz) expect a significant decrease in orders next year, according to hrportal.hu.

Évosz estimates that the postponement of investments in 2023 and 2024 will reduce job opportunities in the construction industry by an average of 15% in volume.

The reduction in public orders significantly affects the civil engineering sub-sector, as community clients predominate here.

It is already apparent in this area that next year's job opportunities will surely decrease by 20%, calculated at this year's prices, Évosz said.

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