Lack of Qualified Workers a Big Issue for Mississippi Small Businesses

Date: August 01, 2018

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NFIB Mississippi State Director Ron Aldridge tells the Mississippi Business Journal many small businesses are struggling to find qualified job applicants.

“Mississippi’s recent historic low unemployment rates and a record-breaking number of workers with jobs is a great picture of our state’s economic advancements and deserve being applauded,” Aldridge says. “However, these indicators mask a significant resulting employment problem which negatively impacts all employers, but particularly small businesses — a labor availability shortage and especially the quality or skill level of such available workers to meet existing and newly created job needs.”

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