Research Briefing | Jun 18, 2021

US | Don’t fret, the workers will be back

The first page of Oxford Economics' Research Briefing titled 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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