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Labor Shortages for Companies Means Opportunities for Skilled Workers


Long before the pandemic hit in the phrase “The Great Resignation” entered into our lexicon there has been a demand for skilled labor. Without skilled labor buildings will not be constructed, the lights won't come on with the flip of a switch, and water will cease to flow through the pipes. Simply put, our society does not function without skilled workers.


Skilled workers are making more money today with better benefits than ever before. Educational institutions and employers are offering training, education, and experience in the form of classes, certifications, and internships. Many of these programs are a direct path to employment opportunities. And, while many Americans are considering leaving their jobs, skilled workers have high job satisfaction.


To learn more about how the pandemic’s impact on the labor market can be a great opportunity for you, check out this recent article from Business Insider: The labor shortage may have an old-fashioned solution: Carpenters, electricians, and other trades are good jobs that make workers happy.


Hoff, M. (2021, September 27). The labor shortage may have an old-fashioned solution: Carpenters, electricians, and other trades are good jobs that make workers happy. Business Insider. Retrieved October 8, 2021, from https://www.businessinsider.com/labor-shortage-skilled-trades-carpenters-electricians-plumbers-angi-2021-9.



Ryan Woolf

CEO of Sparatan 36 Solutions



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