In this Great Resignation, good jobs are getting more competitive
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Also on the show: Why falling business inventory is a good sign and looking at Airbus' goal for hydrogen-powered passenger planes.
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It means businesses know that consumers want to buy and are working to meet that demand.
When finding cat toys is like a game of cat-and-mouse
Irene Kesselman, owner of Ali Cat Toys in Carrboro, North Carolina gives a look at consumer spending but from the other side of the register.
Airbus hopes to fly the first zero-emission, hydrogen-powered commercial aircraft by 2035. Other low-carbon fuels may be closer to widespread adoption.
Many flee stressful and unpredictable jobs and seek admin, communications and tech jobs — especially jobs that can be done remotely.
Customers have the money, but products on the shelves remain an issue
Supply chain issues have also hit the Fish Hawk in Atlanta, Georgia. Owner Gary Merriman clues us in as to what that looks like at his fly-fishing store.
More extreme weather means more damage to homes and property — a challenge for insurers, as well as owners.