How to Celebrate the Birthday of LEGO’s Construction Job Hiring

When the company announced that it was hiring workers for a new facility in California, it was widely expected that the company would soon be laying off many of its construction staff.

But just as many of us were waiting for that announcement to come to fruition, the company has since announced that they are hiring more construction workers, with the latest news coming from a local news station.

The construction company has announced that the job opening for construction jobs in San Diego, California, has been closed.

According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, “Construction crews and contractors are not working in the new facility,” but that’s not the end of the story.

As the union-tribune reported, “The announcement comes a week after the company said that the San Diegans could soon be seeing construction workers return to work after more than a year.”

The news comes just weeks after the news broke that the construction industry in California had been hit hard by the California wildfires, with a report that found that more than 50% of the state’s construction workers had been laid off.

The construction industry has been hit particularly hard by wildfires.

As of January, more than 9 million acres of public lands were declared federal emergency by President Trump, and according to a report from the National Conference of State Legislatures, more construction work has been lost than in any other year in history.

In fact, as of last week, construction projects were also affected by the wildfires, meaning that there are still more construction jobs that have not yet been filled, as construction projects have not been restarted.