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Facing a labor shortage, construction tries to rebrand

by Amy Scott Apr 11, 2019
To recruit more young people, employers talk up technology and higher pay.
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How a labor shortage is giving leverage to blue-collar workers

by Kimberly Adams and Bennett Purser Mar 25, 2019
And what companies must do to adapt in this economy
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U.S. short on long-haul truckers

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 13, 2019
Trucking companies are boosting pay and trying to make the lifestyle more amenable to a new generation of drivers.
61-year-old Petru Strugari of Portland, Oregon, says driver pay is rising at trucking companies, just as costs rise for parts and maintenance to operate his own truck.
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What worries China's manufacturers more than tariffs? Labor shortages

by Jennifer Pak Dec 4, 2018
The country's workforce has shrunk 3 percent from 2012 to 2017; now its economy is slowing.
Huade High Voltage Electric needs a dozen more workers to keep up with demand.
Jennifer Pak/Marketplace

Labor shortages and high cost of materials depress homebuilding, industry says

by Renata Sago Jul 18, 2018
Builders are looking into long-term solutions.
A worker saws wood at Canal Crossing, a new luxury apartment community consisting of 393 rental units near the university city of New Haven on August 2, 2017 in Hamden, Connecticut. 
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Employers prepare for 'A Day Without A Woman' protest

by Annie Baxter Mar 7, 2017
Organizers of Wednesday’s planned “A Day Without A Woman” protest are asking women to stay home from work to underscore their economic contributions. Women make up nearly half the U.S. workforce. Organizers of the protest also want women to only…

Low unemployment in New Hampshire creates a labor shortage

by Marketplace Contributor Dec 12, 2016
Companies in the state are finding it hard to attract skilled and unskilled workers.
Derek Barka is senior director of technology at SilverTech, a digital marketing firm based in Manchester, New Hampshire.
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