33% of Companies Struggled to Fill Open Roles Last Month

A recent survey conducted by the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) found that “as workers have gotten more confident about quitting, employers report having a tougher time recruiting them”. The NFIB survey also found that a third of companies surveyed said that they had trouble filling their open positions last month. CNBC reports that these companies also say that they “plan to boost wages to fill new openings and hang onto the workers already on payroll”.

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