Unemployment figures suggest they are leaving those industries.
Unions for food and drink workers go back to 1891. But they lost their seat at the table with the growth of restaurant chains and fast food.
What business owners are seeing, plus a look at unemployment and job search data.
The struggle isn't over once companies get past the hiring hurdle.
Many are offering bonuses. Some are pounding the streets for leads. And potential employees suggest being nicer to workers.
Restaurants across the state are in fierce competition for workers — most of whom, post-COVID-19, want safer and better-paying jobs.
Thanks to a government-funded program, the country's restaurants are coming back from the brink.
The company is using provisions of a 2012 law to keep its inner workings secret for now.
In the peak summer season, hotels are usually at least 80% full.
Major hotel brands are promising to get rid of one of the most recognizable elements of the hotel experience: tiny bottles of shampoo.