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This Colorado brewery subsidized housing to attract workers
In Ouray, Colorado, high-priced housing is a labor force issue.
A pilot shortage means higher airfares and service cuts at regional airports
Sixty U.S. airports have lost more than half of their flights since 2019, and 14 no longer have any commercial service.
This Tennessee library can offer more services — when it pays as much as McDonald's
“We don't have enough people to add new things," like social services, says the director of the Marshall County Memorial system.
With a new school year in view, many districts struggle to find enough teachers
Some districts are offering more pay and housing stipends. Others are cutting back, putting a bigger load on remaining teachers.
For this Detroit restauranteur, business is still "day to day"
For Lester Gouvia, chef-owner of Norma G's Detroit, business in the pandemic economy has been a "rollercoaster."