LABOR: A Corner

Unemployment in the United States has almost ceased to exist. In all industrial districts there is an increasing demand for skilled labor that parallels the general demand for unskilled labor and farm workers. In New York every industry is undermanned—as is the case generally in the East. Trade is booming in every state. The South and Southwest need farmhands. Liquor and beverages, lumber, vehicles, paper, chemicals, stone, clay and glass industries have vastly increased employment since March. Thus labor has turned the corner and need fear little more reaction. With immigration restricted,...

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