(Divina Ramirez) The American Trucking Associations (ATA) claimed that the trucking industry is short by a record high 80,000 drivers, which is 30 percent more than before the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic when the industry faced a shortage of 61,500 drivers.
(Arsenio Toledo) A truck driver broke down all of the issues affecting America’s supply chains, saying that unless these factors are properly addressed the country’s supply chain crisis will not end.
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(Arsenio Toledo) More than 100,000 American workers are currently on strike – a culmination of nearly two years of labor unrest that started when the government forcibly shut down entire industries in early 2020. But instead of helping resolve the labor disputes and keep the economy from crashing, President Joe Biden is standing on the sidelines.
(Ramon Tomey) The Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had a negative impact on the U.S. at large. However, an impending economic collapse – with the economy showing signs of it – is threatening to make things worse. The recent shortages in manpower and energy reported in various parts of the world can attest to this.