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Labor Shortages: Why Are Workers Hard to Find?

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As job growth surges in the United States, there are not enough workers to meet the demand. This stark imbalance has caused wages to grow in the US at the fastest pace in at least 20 years. In a new episode of CEO Perspectives, Gad Levanon, Head of The Conference Board Labor Markets Institute, joine
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As job growth surges in the United States, there are not enough workers to meet the demand. This stark imbalance has caused wages to grow in the US at the fastest pace in at least 20 years. In a new episode of CEO Perspectives, Gad Levanon, Head of The Conference Board Labor Markets Institute, joined President and CEO Steve Odland to discuss the US labor market: Why are workers hard to find and what can businesses do about it? Tune into this podcast for insights on: Where are the workers? What is contributing to historic labor shortages, and what will it take for the labor market to normalize? Sticker shock: How is the low labor supply impacting inflation? Recruiting challenges: Amid a limited pool of workers, what specific steps can companies take to attract and retain talent? Automation: With workers hard to find and soaring labor costs, what’s the role of automation in filling the gaps?
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