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Just like New Orleans after Katrina - it will take undocumented workers to rebuild Houston


Rebuilding New Orleans after KatrinaMario Tama/Getty

❝ As the waters recede, Houston families and insurance agents are surveying the damage to the city: water-logged homes, ruined appliances, sagging roofs, and streets littered with debris.

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Abs are made in the kitchen: a labor shortage analogy

“No, we cannot use kettle bells, Hartmann. Where did you get that idea?” my trainer said, scowling at me.

My new gym membership included three sessions with a personal trainer. 936 more words

Jobsite Leadership

Will Marijuana Destroy America's Wine Industry?

There is a dilemma happening now in the wine regions of America, particularly in vineyards of California and the Northwest. The trouble finding labor to work the vines has been a struggle for some time, as immigration concerns have made the ability to obtain work permits for laborers difficult for some. 518 more words

Wine And Spirits

Desperate times, desperate measures?

Column written by Ambika Puniani Bailey, NRCA’s vice president of communications and production as it appears in Professional Roofing magazine’s July issue.

The construction industry, indeed the entire U.S., is struggling to fill jobs as the unemployment rate dipped to 4.4 percent in April—the lowest it’s been since the Great Recession. 302 more words

Labor Shortage

Fukushima City Still Struggling with Labor Shortages

Recent soil contamination map made by the “Environmental Radioactivity Measurement Project around Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.” https://dunrenard.wordpress.com/2017/01/14/new-data-show-massive-radiation-levels-in-odaka-minamisoma/

Minamisoma, Fukushima Pref., July 12 (Jiji Press)–Minamisoma is still struggling with labor shortages, one year after the Japanese government lifted its nuclear evacuation advisory for part of the Fukushima Prefecture city. 152 more words

Fukushima 2017