US | Don’t fret, the workers will be back
Talk of US labor shortages is everywhere. But rather than a shortage, we see a transitory mismatch between the supply and demand of workers in sectors most affected by the pandemic.
Download this report to get our Labor Mismatch Heatmap, and find out:
- What’s holding back labor supply?
- Which industries have been mostly affected by the labor mismatch?
- What if workers take longer to come back?
- Our latest labor force participation rate (LFPR) forecast.
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