4 million Americans quit their jobs in April - a 20-year record. Many of them worked in the retail sector, which is in the middle of a massive labor shortage.
- About 4 million workers in the US quit in April, a 20-year record, the
- There were 9.3 million job vacancies at the end of April, another 20-year record.
- Job vacancies rose the most in the accommodation and food-service sectors.
Job vacancies rose to a 20-year high in April, the Labor Department said on Tuesday.The department also said 4 million workers had quit their jobs in April, another 20-year record. Job quits rose the most in the
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Businesses have reported severe labor shortages in recent weeks. The US Chamber of Commerce last week described the shortage as a "national economic emergency" that posed "an imminent threat to our fragile recovery."The shortage has given many workers the confidence to leave their jobs. Insider recently spoke with some workers who'd "
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