Now that the market is recovering — even if it remains a slower recovery than economists expected — employers across industries are on the hunt for people.
Job seekers, however, have proven difficult to find.
Surveys and reports warn that employers may be in for a rude awakening as they fully re-open in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Job openings are going unfilled while employees may be gearing up to leave in droves. Industry can play a big role in determining just how bumpy the road may be for employers, as supply and demand may still be evening out.
HR Dive gathered six stories that dig into various aspects of the developing talent crisis, from internal troubles to job market woes, as the U.S. enters a new post-pandemic normal.