Tight Labor Markets Have Led to a Shortage of Restaurant Workers

October 05, 2018

October 5, 2018

By industry, the strongest wage growth is in the low-paying restaurant sector, which has seen a 4.3 percent increase in the average hourly wage for production and nonsupervisory workers over the last year. While this likely reflects, in part, the tightening of the labor market, it also is partly due to increases in the minimum wage in many states and cities. For more, check out the latest Jobs Byte.

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