Forbes, October 15, 2021, By Dinesh Sheth
Economists say it could take years for U.S. jobs numbers to recover from the current historic shortage of workers. Some people who were either let go or furloughed during the recent pandemic have not been rushing to become reemployed. According to several reports, employment numbers have begun to rebound slightly as the economy and schools have once again opened up. Of the 10.9 million jobs that were available as of the end of July, according to the U.S. Department of Labor and Statistics, there were 116,000 more in finance and insurance, while the lion’s share of the additional positions were in healthcare and social assistance at 294,000.
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