The construction sector in Venezuela, which employs between 400,000 and 800,000 people, has experienced average unemployment rates of 25 percent. Work opportunities in the construction field are advertised mainly by word of mouth. Therefore, workers have limited access to information about demand for their skills. Likewise, individuals and construction owners in need of workers do not have access to a database or updated registry of available labor. No service exists to bridge the supply and demand of labor in the home renovation, service, and building sectors.