Tight labor market in USA since WWll

(MENAFN) A news agency has stated, quoting government and industry info that teenagers in the United States have witnessed their summer work opportunities increase among a small labor market, rising incomes and additional legislation.

Based on the statement, quoting new info from the Labor Department, the United States job market is now one of the smallest since World War II. The unemployment reaches the small percentage of 3.4, which is the lowest in 54 years.

There are nearly 1.6 employment opportunities available for each person who is unemployed, a percentage that formerly remained at nearly 1.1 The statement also mentions that this tendency has effected industries that depends on teens to fill job openings throughout summer time.

“We literally do not have enough people to staff the place seven days a week and into the evenings,” Cory Hutchinson the general manager at Funtown Splashtown USA, which is an amusement park in southern Maine, was quoted declaring.


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