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8 Trends for Skilled Labor in 2022

In many ways, it’s the golden age for skilled workers. There is high demand for trade labor jobs, pay is on the rise, and the recent infrastructure bill will provide many opportunities for workers. However, the labor shortage is the biggest challenge most business leaders in the trade industries face today.

In this article we will go over eight trends for the skilled trades in 2022 for both trade employers and skilled trade workers.

 2022 Trends for Skilled Labor by Skillwork (Click here for part 2)

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2022 Trends for Skilled Labor (Part 1)

Are you aware of the skilled labor trends for 2022?  

We’re expecting to see similar trends from the past two years in 2022, but many of them will accelerate significantly in the coming months. It’s critical to be prepared as a business leader or skilled worker so you can meet the challenge head-on
 
In our most recent episode , Tim Raglin and Brett Elliott chat about the eight largest factors and trends that will continue to affect the skilled trades , such as:
 
Labor Shortages
Baby Boomer Exodus
Workplace Flexibility
Replacement
 
These are j ust a few of the challenges industries across the United States have been facing and will continue to face in the coming year. However, we’re confident that being aware of these issues can help businesses and workers plan to be successful in 2022
 

 

 

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What Industries are Facing the Biggest Talent Shortage by 2030

It’s no secret there is a lack of skilled tradesmen in today’s industries. 🆘

With the global supply chain shortage, industries returning to US soil, and the lack of competent tradesmen in a wide array of businesses, a worker shortage is here and will only worsen with time.

In this episode, we discuss what industries are most impacted by this shortage and what you can do to mitigate the problem before it causes a loss in revenue. 📉

Learn about the worsening talent shortage and what you can do about it. Link in comments 👇

 

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