R.G. Lamar of Stuckey's Corp. bought pecan-shelling and candymaking facilities in rural Georgia. There's demand, but not enough workers.
The English town, struggling with a labor shortage like many other parts of the world, revived an old local tradition to help solve the problem.
Many flee stressful and unpredictable jobs and seek admin, communications and tech jobs — especially jobs that can be done remotely.
Parking and pay are among the biggest frustrations of truck drivers.
Growing chiles, a way of life in southern New Mexico, is under pressure.
Hiring has been chronically tough for early childhood education jobs, especially during the pandemic.
The September wage numbers from the Labor Department are good news in particular for workers at restaurants, hotels and retail.
School supplies, holiday cards and, yes, toilet paper are all affected.
Companies could put a cap on the number of deliveries they accept, leaving the overflow to the postal service.
Automation and other kinds of downsizing may replace jobs.