# Labor shortage
Enterprising teens make $50 to $70 per hour due to worker shortage
While most teens typically earn the minimum wage at their summer jobs, this is not the case for some enterprising high school students who are taking advantage of the current shortage of workers.
Pennsylvania residents express frustration over problems with USPS mail delivery
Many Pennsylvania residents are starting to lose patience with the US Postal Service as items arrive late or sporadically. As the United States Postal Service faces challenges with employee availability, Pennsylvania residents said they are frustrated with significant delays in their mail deliveries.
Bad Job Listings Filter Out Qualified Candidates
If your company is having trouble getting qualified job candidates in the door, there could be a very big filter that you’re overlooking. For external hires, one of the first things they encounter is your posted job listings. Here, many companies make critical mistakes that can turn people away. If your listings are over-descriptive or hyper-nuanced, people are going to assume they won’t qualify, and they’ll move on. Start fixing this problem by fixing your job descriptions.
Foodservice workers are being replaced by robots to combat labor shortages and price increases
Robot worker.StockSnap/pixabay (Canva Pro License.) Nearly six percent of hospitality employees, including restaurant workers, quit their jobs late last year. The movement left many restaurants scrambling to fill shifts and keep their doors open to customers. Previously, the only solution was to pay employees a higher wage to entice them back to work.
Labor shortage poses a threat to the United States. What can we do to stop it?
Since the beginning of the pandemic, people have been quitting their jobs at an almost record-high rate. Businesses are having a hard time filling in open positions and keeping them filled. What are some of the reasons behind this labor shortage? What can we do to stop it? Let's discuss.
Vail Resorts experiences "growing pains," labor issues
People at Peak 8 with skiers, lifts and slopes on February 04, 2011 in Breckenridge near Vail, Colorado, United States.(Photo by EyesWideOpen/Getty Images) (Broomfield, Colo.) This ski season, a global labor shortage has added to Vail Resorts woes as the Broomfield-based leisure and hospitality company tries to integrate newly purchased Pennsylvania properties into its holdings.