According to the Employment Policy Foundation (EPF), a systemic labor shortage is expected to transform the workplace over the next 25 to 30 years as the gap between baby boomers and entrants of college-educated workers widens due to the boomers’ mass retirements.
Experts have predicted for about five years that a labor shortage eventually would come for the auto industry,
Shortage of workers hindrance to printing industry,
The nuclear power industry has had a hard time finding qualified workers,
U.S. Construction Industry Faces Skilled Labor Shortage, exit of the baby boomers from construction jobs offers an obstacle for the industry to overcome,
Aerospace and defense sector industry facing shortage of workers
The consequences of such a skilled worker shortage at the national level would be substantial.
Results would include:
1. reduction of the growth in the standard of living,
2. compared to historical trends; higher wage-push inflation;
3. potential decreases in international competitiveness,
4. and even the erosion of future domestic production capacity.
rate of employment growth in the next few years
Temporary work and Freelancing replaces full-time jobs
Say goodbye to full-time jobs with benefits, employment is evolving and they aren't the same jobs workers were used to because many of the jobs employers are adding are temporary or contract positions, rather than traditional full-time jobs with benefits.
Unemployment remains near 10%, employers have their pick of workers willing to accept less secure positions.
Unemployment hits 15 percent in Inland Empire
According to ABC, inland empire news the unemployment rate in Riverside County is at 15.1 percent.
San Bernardino County is at 14.8 percent. The situation is also tough in Los Angeles County which has a 13.2 percent unemployment rate. Unemployment is at 11.6 percent in Ventura County and 10.1 percent in Orange County.
Economist say a lot of the problems with unemployment stem from the housing market. In the Inland Empire more than 60 percent of homes are upside down.
Combining unemployment and foreclosures, the only metropolitan area in worse shape than the Inland Empire is Detroit
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