Despite ongoing labor shortages, retail jobs beat February 2020 levels by 104,000 employees.
Figures easily beat the NRF’s forecast.
One in four consumers are reducing their living standards amid inflation fears.
Workers hold more leverage in today’s job market, and they’re using it.
And for the most part, they’ll pass on higher costs to shoppers.
Higher prices on food, rent blamed on supply chain issues.
A calendar year later, brick and mortar has flipped the script.
Supply-chain pressures ramping up as the holiday season approaches.
Increasingly fed up, retail workers make their move in rebounding job market.
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