About 2 years ago

01/26/2021 - Union Participation Rose Last Year, Even As Pandemic Wreaked Havoc On The Jobs Market

– The Washington Post
Despite historic job losses during the pandemic, the percentage of U.S. workers who are members of a union rose to 10.8 percent in 2020, the most significant increase in years, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data released Friday.
– The Washington Post
As shopping habits change, ports and cargo carriers struggle to keep pace.
– FOX News
A new study looking at which jobs carry the most risk of death for California workers amid the coronavirus pandemic found that cooks have the deck stacked against them, according to a new study, which called for those same laborers to be prioritized for vaccines.
– The Washington Post
Some of the nation’s best-known brands are harnessing their logistical and technological expertise to inoculate their communities.