What are the US states where companies cannot find workers to fill their vacancies?


A man on a scooter walks past a “now hiring” sign posted outside a restaurant in Arlington, Virginia.

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The labor landscape in the United States after the phenomenon called ‘great resignation’, in which millions of Americans chose to resign their jobs during 2021 and 2022, has caused companies not to find workers to fill their vacancies.

Nevertheless, the phenomenon has not been presented uniformly in all the states of the country, according to the site Wallethub.com, which studied the figures of the Department of Labor in the last 12 months and pointed out which are the 15 entities with the greatest labor demand.

15.Oregon

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.13%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +29.2%

14. Colorado

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.20%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +89.3%

13. Rhode Island

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.24%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +65.2%

12.Idaho

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.25%

Difference compared to the previous year: +43.9%

11. Maryland

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.30%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +44.5%

10.Vermont

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.40%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +64.3%

9.Kentucky

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.55%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +45.7%

8. South Carolina

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.60%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +40.5%

7. West Virginia

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.64%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +19.6%

6. Mountain

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.69%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +51.9%

5.New Hampshire

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.78%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +67.6%

4. Michigan

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.84%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +55.7%

3. Snowfall

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.85%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +70.3%

2. Georgia

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 7.87%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +47.5%

1. Alaskan

Percentage of job offers in the last 12 months: 8.48%

Difference with respect to the previous year: +36.4%L

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Source-laopinion.com