A Lucrative Alternative to Minimum Wage Jobs
Employment trends in the U.S. reflect that scores of workers are forced to hold multiple minimum wage jobs to make a decent living.
A recent Bloomberg report states that multiple-job holders comprised 5.1 percent of the total employed.
Alongside this trend is growth in trades and manufacturing jobs. In fact, 78% of manufacturers say attracting quality talent is their top business challenge.
A multitude of options are becoming more available for workers to advance a career with lucrative manufacturing jobs. These openings provide a worthwhile, secure alternative to holding multiple low paying jobs.
According to a CNBC report, since the U.S. labor shortage is reaching a critical point, employers are going to have to increase efforts to entice and attract workers through pay raises, training and other incentives.