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Why are so many jobs going unfilled and what happened to all those who quit?

Why are so many jobs going unfilled and what happened to all those who quit?

By Scott LaMar

Number of women doing gig work in Philly region surged during COVID-19

“Me being pregnant, I needed the flexibility. If I’m not feeling good, I’m going to go home.”

By Laura Benshoff/WHYY

Philly Fed analysis shows pandemic economic blows fell unevenly across race and gender lines

The results add local data to growing evidence the coronavirus pandemic and its economic blows have fallen unevenly across racial and demographic groups.

By Laura Benshoff/WHYY

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From glass bottles to botanicals, Pa. distillers spell out supply chain struggles

“If we would order a cap for a bottle, normally we would receive that material in two to three weeks. That [now] has been pushed out to almost three months.”

By Laura Benshoff/WHYY

What does the nation’s economy really look like?

When asked about the nation’s economy, most Americans would probably not have much good to say about it.

By Scott LaMar

Kellogg’s and its striking workers at plants in Lancaster County and three other states to resume talks next week

Roughly 1,400 workers at Kellogg’s four U.S. cereal plants have been on strike since Oct. 5.

By The Associated Press

Pennsylvania’s jobless rate drops for 8th straight month

In a separate survey of employers, payrolls in Pennsylvania grew in October by 19,000, to closer to 5.8 million.

By The Associated Press
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