According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, blue-collar hourly work is booming and employers are having a hard time finding workers. Now, to be fair the jobs are booming in 3 sectors currently: Warehouse, Delivery Driving and Housing Construction. And all 3 sectors are expected to maintain their hiring growth after the pandemic.
What would it take for you to consider switching jobs and entering a new industry that is showing growth? Why are employers in these sectors having a hard time attracting workers?
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