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"What we've seen is consistent cargo flow," says Gene Seroka, executive director of the Port of Los Angeles.
"There really is not a staffing shortage per se," said National Nurses United president Deborah Burger. "There's a shortage of nurses willing to put their lives and their license and patients' lives at risk."
“There are a lot of empty fields that aren't being planted — something I've never seen before," say Terranova Ranch's Don Cameron.
We spoke with Alex Camardelle, director of Workforce Policy at the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, for an answer.
The report from Robin Hood and Columbia University sheds light on the enduring economic hardship faced by many New Yorkers.
The rapid rise in home prices has provided a windfall for homeowners, but rising interest rates make home-buying increasingly out of reach for renters.
Oregon-based journeyman and business owner Maurice Rahming said he's contending with long wait times for steel and electrical equipment.
What's the message for brands when the stuff they're selling is either not available or more expensive?
The pandemic increased the proportion of young people who are out of work and out of school, undermining wealth, health and happiness.
Companies facing few competitors can hike prices more easily than those in competitive markets.