US Labor Shortage Is NOT Something New, Look Flashback from 2000 to end of 2021

US Labor Shortage

The U.S is in a terrible labor shortage right now? absolutely horrible but wait this isn't the first time i've heard of this i remember hearing it in news articles back in 2015.

 Maybe even some from 2011 but, wait wait i think we've been in a labor shortage since before the bush times since before bush took office we've been in a labor shortage,

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 it's only gotten worse as democratic policy has made their way into our economy and let me explain where i'm getting that from i'm being a little hyperbolic i think that's a way over simplification and i'll take acknowledge of that i think there are many factors into this that maybe we just don't know or know how to account for and that's okay.

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 We need to understand what has caused it to rise and what has caused it to decrease, so let's start with this…… bush 2002, bush january 2002 let's start here because that's as far back in terms of januaries will let me go at least for this chart 66.5 percent okay……

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 Bush, all the way to obama keep in mind bush went through went through a recession most where most of the biggest dip is right here okay, the biggest dip all the way to january 2009 57.6 Percent so even through a recession through people losing their houses, losing their jobs.

 I put that in quotes because clearly not too many people lost their jobs if the labor participation rate was only down by 0.8 percent yes that is something to be concerned about point eight percent is a lot of people and that is a recession let's make that clear, that needs to be accounted for that matters.

But for a recession that doesn't you know i'd expect more only a percentage point less than actually 0.8….. that's not that bad considering not great by any means i think we needed to work on increasing the labor participation maybe we would have had a shorter recession because let's face it 2008 was a horrible horrible horrible recession and i hope we never go through something like that again.

 But i'd argue we've been in a recession even before then, so let's take a look at the obama era one year after bush after obama took office, january 2009 to january 2010 64.8 percent labor participation rate we lost a percentage point 0.9 to be exact, obama took more people out of the workforce in one year than bush did his entire eight years in office.

 Just think about that obama policies get pushed into place and then after obama policy gets pushed into place immediately the labor shortage starts the labor participation starts dropping all the way down by almost a percentage point in a year.

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 Wait….. i thought we got out of a recession, i think it actually continued, i think if you look at labor force participation rate if that was the sole factor of a recession. We are still in it at this point in january 2010 because we lost a percentage point that's not good.

 Now let's talk obama all the way to 2017 so 2010 to when obama took off or trump took office in 2017. that is january 2017. there we go 62.8 that's a delta of 2 so obama has now taken, what bush did chucked it in the gutter and thrown it all the way and essentially tripled what bushed it.

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 That's kind of crazy that's absolutely ludicrous, he lost us three points in his time in office roughly 3.9 to be exact, from his first year in office to when trump took over the labor partition rate was down an additional two percent.

  We don't know what it takes to you know have a recession if this isn't one of the factors one of the major factors because it i would hope this would be a major factor this is how many people are in the workforce, hey what percentage of people are in the workforce oh yeah we're losing two percent about that's about a percentage point.

 You know it's about half a percentage point a year, right around half a percentage point a year it's a little more than that but we could round we'll put in obama's favor that's horrible, why would that be why are we saying that's not a recession ? 

Well because there's other factors of course but either way that is horrible so let's go trump it's first year in office so january 2017 to january 2018 where are we at 62.7 percent.

 Wait….. trump only lost .1 percent based on this chart that's the best we've seen just think about that through trump  gets into office his policies take effect one year later we only lost point one percent.

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 Compared to obama's first year where he lost almost a percentage point a full percentage point that's insane that means trump's policies put people back in the workforce, fast forward let's go all the way up until the coronavirus hit right before let's talk about january 2020.

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 We all remember january 2020 2019 people said it was the best years of their lives you know ask any business owner, hey how you doing man 2019 i made the most money i'm excited for 2020. you know i can't wait i think it's gonna be a great year, i'm able to start lowering prices maybe you've gone up a little bit due to you know natural inflation but by and large i'm sticking to the same price point.

 Coronavirus hits lost three percentage point basically overnight due to coronavirus, three percentage points that's a lot that's a lot…. you shut down for two weeks, you stop the economy, you stop doing everything, you stop production, you tell people stay at home it's dangerous out there, you do everything in your power to stop the flow of the economy.

 That took a lot of people out of the workforce, that's a lot and rightfully so they marked it as a recession rather you agree or disagree with that i think it's a recession but i also think we've been in a recession since you know basically up when bush took office.

 If you take labor participation because it's dropped until trump took office and he added, first time labor has been added was when trump took office isn't that crazy? isn't that nuts? all because trump policy no way….

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 Can't be right numbers don't lie guys so here we go…. so the corona we lost 3.2 percentage points corona recovery to biden okay so that's january 2021 okay, so oh my goodness there we go 61.4 so we went from 60.2 to 61.4 that's a recovery of 1.2 percent.

 iIwould not call that a successful recovery i think we are still recovering and we need to increase that number exponentially, we need to get up there and this is starting to be a real issue, the lack of labor participation is going to take a toll on the economy companies are just eventually they're just going to adapt and say oh you thought you could have help from a retail associate no not no more those retail associates are are too busy at the at the register.

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 We can't find the people so you're just gonna go up to a kiosk and deal with the kiosk you're already seeing it, you're already seeing it let's go biden to current so january 2020 to right this second november 2021 that's the that's the latest data from

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 Which is a fairly recent number i mean it's about 20 days old, so it's fairly recent we only gained 0.7 percent i thought we were recovered you know you're taught you hear in the news hey what a great economy, how great is this that we are you know finally recovering from everything but yet here we are we haven't recovered from the coronavirus hit.

 Let alone from 2008 crash the mortgage crisis or you call it the housing crisis whatever you want i call it a mortgage crisis because people who own their home didn't lose their home not that i'm aware of, we have not recovered since 2000 when the recession happened and yet right now you have the media cheering biden he's doing a great job he's increasing the economy of the stock market but our labors.

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 But our labor it's not increasing but why why why……… what are these so-called experts saying are the cause of the labor shortage well let's take a look according to business insider so they actually found so i don't know where they got this this was updated in 2015 okay it shows in 2015 that we haven't had this bad since like the 70s right i think it even says it in here 1977. 

So today it's even worse it's closer to you know 70 72 74 somewhere around there pretty insane right i wish i could find out where they actually got this chart from because i don't see any sources to it just says business insider like oh hey look we found it and it says bureau labor statistics.

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 I was just on the bls website but maybe because this was made in 2017. um so let's get into it bloomberg businessweek, the mystery of the missing workers this is updated august 5th 2021 so this should be you know somewhat recent back in august um if we go back in august where were we august we were roughly where we are now.

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 We were yeah pretty much the exact same a little bit a little bit worse off i think so either way either way we we've gained just a little tiny bit since then, what are the reasons um by the way all sources will be listed down in the comments section below so feel free to lead a read through these articles yourself there is some actual good information in here.

 But i think they're wrong on a lot of things i don't have an answer as to why the labor shortage is so low um i have my opinions but let's read their opinion because we like opinions, so if we scroll down there so automation they're blaming automation for the reason for no for a lack of jobs.

 well this is just talking about manufacturing payroll so i don't think you could call something since that's been you know developing since the 80s, it even says it here job loss in the u.s since the 80s because of automation i don't buy it, yes manufacturing jobs are going to decrease but what about the other jobs that increase what about the engineering jobs.

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That have increased the software developer jobs have increased you know and lately there's been a lot of graphic designers or you know i think they call themselves something different now.

  We're the people that are making the posters and stuff i would call that graphic design they're making a lot more money now than they were just a year ago, you know just a year ago you'd have certain personalities say what are the three best jobs you could get you know what are what can you do what should you go to school for, and you would hear engineering engineering engineering.

  Well that's not the case anymore we're in a shift of what matters and i would argue graphic design the arts in that retrospect are increasing and you're seeing a lot of lucrative you know a lot of people make a lot of money in the arts.

 Which is great i'm glad to see that we need artists in this world, we need people to be good at what they do, we need inspiration the problem is not everyone is in manufacturing and that's all they're saying is decreasing that's just called a market shift and once again that's been happening since the 80s.

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 So i don't think bloomberg hit the mark on this one i think they pretty much missed it swinging a miss all right, let's go to their next point drug addiction okay here we go so they're gonna blame the opioid pandemic here and they say all these people taking all these opioids they're the reason why the market is short.

  That doesn't make sense opioids are prescribed companies don't test for opioids they test for hard drugs cocaine meth sometimes marijuana lately not so much marijuana depends on what your job is, when i got my current job they tested for every drug in the book at least that's what they told me.

 Definitely cocaine they definitely tested for even alcohol for that matter they test for cocaine they tested for pot they tested you know all kinds of stuff and pot is definitely something that employers just aren't testing as much as they used to and  i think that's fine.

  You know smoke some pot man but i don't think drug addiction is the reason yeah you see jumps but look at that you've seen jump since 2015. so people they got on you know i'm gonna call it a pandemic high because everyone's sitting there in their house and they got nothing to do and so they're like hey let's smoke some pot since we gotta pass the time away two weeks to slow the spread it's been three months.

 Maybe that has something to do with it but i don't think drug addiction is the reason for the labor shortage i think bloomberg got it wrong here again that's strike two.

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 Child care, so this goes into um how people are no longer putting their children in child care, i think there might be some merit to this one nowhere near as much as they're giving it though they throw out some numbers there i don't believe it, not the numbers but the fact that this is causing a labor shortage, i just i'm just not buying it school's still in session in 99 percent of the country.

 i'm pretty sure it is over here they're going into schools still here even though oh scary omicron right so i'm sorry but i don't think child care is the answer i wish this was the answer i really do um because if child care was the answer that is great, that means wages must be at an all-time high that must mean you know people could afford to pay for more food oh wait inflation wages have actually gone down in comparison deflation.

 This is not the case child care is not the reason people are leaving the workforce because how are people going to pay their bills if they had such a hard time before, so i'm sorry i'm just not buying it bloomberg great article i think bloomberg touches up on some great points, where they may think this may be the case but i don't think that is the case.

 i think part of it is the child tax credit how people are getting paid monthly for having kids, all for people having kids if you are having a kid you know i hope you have a healthy child and i hope they have a great education and a great life and congratulations of course.

 When the biden administration started paying people to have kids or for having had kids whichever way you want to put it i think that took people out of the workforce, along with destroying the keystone pipeline, along with pushing towards a higher minimum wage, along with everything else.

 All these points here i think they have this much merit and i hope the child care thing is more accurate because i would love to see one income households again that would be great we could have a 50 percent labor participation rate.

 where all you have is people you know people with one income households hell yeah but that's not gonna happen not for a long long time if at all, you know wages aren't going up with inflation so people actually have to work more job now than they did you know a year ago just to make up just so they could feed their family put food on the table.

 They could you know hey christmas out oh man that fifty dollar toy is now you know sixty dollars now, what am i gonna do right so i just don't think child cares the reason um i see their point they're making child care has always been expensive it hasn't just oh it's expensive.

 it's always been expensive but here's something i want to talk about fine ads to 20,000 guest worker visas and labor shortages AXIOS NEWS they claim that biden is allowing immigrants to come in and now they're giving them worker visas for coming in.

 They are just going to give these people the ability to work after crossing our border illegally now i could be wrong let me be clear i hope these are people that have came in legally.

 Last thing i want to see is an illegal immigrant cross our border gets through border security they get sold here's your court date and then biden comes and say hey here's a job i hope that's not the case, i think immigration is wonderful and great we have a legal system i wish these people would use the legal system, this administration needs to stop incentivizing illegal immigration.

 That is not the answer in my opinion that is wrong that's part of the labor shortage because look what's going to happen these 20 000 people are gonna get put into the workforce okay granted percentage-wise that's not a lot but that's still 20 000 american jobs going to immigrants and i'm led to believe that is illegal immigrants so maybe these are part of the reasons why the labor shortage is bad.


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Hey everyone welcome back to today we're going to be trying to find 4 million missing american workers since this whole incident has occurred we still have not gotten back to full employment.

 For the american population 4 million workers less are working now than they did in in 2020 at the early, so where did these workers go ????

Are they all sitting home eating bon bons on unemployment or something else going on…..

 i'm going to dive into the numbers that i'm pulling from the federal reserve and from the BLS that's the US bureau of labor and statistics so we're going to be taking a deep dive into some of these numbers and really just looking at not only the cause or causes of this worker shortage, but we're going to be looking at um some of the implications it has for the market and the main street uh type businesses.

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Such and it really has some very interesting implications and it kind of explains a lot of what's going on ? so let's dive right right into it….

if you've been anywhere outside your house in the last number of months you've probably seen the help wanted signs everywhere you go, you've probably also run into some businesses that have been closed or telling you that they're restricting hours because they don't have enough workers.

 This may at first seem really odd but then when you start seeing the prices for everything going through the roof it becomes even odder you're like if they're charging me this much money why can't they pay enough to get workers in the doors.

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 What we're seeing now is that there is literally just a shortage of workers, there just aren't enough workers to go around and so these businesses may steal those workers from each other but those willing to work have declined significantly.

 all right let's take a look here this is from the federal reserve in st louis they or st louis or however you pronounce that, i say st louis but as you can see here the peak at the very beginning of 2020 down to where we are we've recovered quite a bit but we're still four million less workers now than what we were at before and yet um while we our neep knee-jerk reaction is probably going to be and we've heard this from a lot of people.

 Basically all these people are just sitting on unemployment and when i dug into the numbers and dug into what's going on, the answer is that's that's not true they're not sitting on employment anymore…

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 We're seeing headlines like this why unemployment claims are at their lowest in decades and when you look at the statistics behind all that we're seeing that initial claims for unemployment are rapidly dropping.

 In fact we're seeing that employers and companies are not firing their workers and people are not getting onto unemployment benefits and the people that are on unemployment benefits are falling off like rocks because those extended benefits fell off.

 When those extended benefits fell off most of the workers that have been sitting on it for a while they all got bumped off and so we're actually seeing the unemployment claims are actually quite low, that's not where we're going to find our 4 million workers.

 So let's take a look at this statistic here so before in february 2020 we were looking at a labor participation rate of 63.3 percent, now according to my back the envelope math and pulling this from other places, we have 157.5 million workers um i believe that was in 2018 so it's like slightly higher than that in 2020.

 but we were at 63.3 percent labour participation rate but then still today as of last month we were at 61.8 percent labour participation rate and now that is adults and such that are working.

 Some of these people should be retired right if they're like 75 plus or something like that and you know they maybe shouldn't be working so it's not saying that everyone should be working and women at home with children and such like that.

 it's not normal for it to be at one hundred percent but where we should be looking at about 63.3 percent to get up to the 2020 rate, Here's a graphical show of the civilian labor participation rate and this is seasonally adjusted all that voodoo math they do over there.

 You can still see that it is significantly below where it ought to be it has been declining over the last number of years as more and more people have found permanent employment in unemployment.

 But still that is way significantly lower than what it ought to be, now we're not going to find this to be uniform across age demographics, we're going to and this is going to be our first point that's going to really start to show us what the one of the serious problems that we're facing.

 is that of the 25 to 54 year olds we're back up to 82.1 percent labor participation rate that's down from 83.1 percent so down one percent, overall of the labor participation rate that's a small drop right, whereas age 55 and above is still down 1.9 percent.

 Almost double the rate but when uh we're talking about our labor participation rate from 40.3 percent down to 38.4 percent currently, we're looking at a comparative difference for the 25 through 54 year olds of 1.45 lower labor participation rate.

 okay where as the 55 and above-year-olds they are down 4.71 percent, now back of the math, back of the envelope math uh shows that basically the senior citizens age 55 and older are going to account for almost 2 million of our 4 million missing workers.

 i said we get into some of the implications here because there are going to be some serious implications, a lot of people and we're seeing this across the board they were considering retirement earlier but they were kind of waiting for an extra point.

 They got bumped out, they got fired, they got laid off, they they got pushed out, or they got told that they had to work from home and use technology that they weren't really comfortable with or whatever it was, but basically a lot of them just decided fine i'll just retire now.

 i've been thinking about it and now i have the opportunity a lot of them used the unemployment benefits as kind of like a on-ramp to retirement, so there's that going on some people got pushed out of jobs and they just didn't think that they were up to learning a new job and so they just let just be a permanent retirement.

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 A lot of things happened but age 55 and above we lost a lot of workers we lost 2 million of them as workers, now this is going to have some serious implications let's take a look here this you're gonna see fifteen thousand ten thousand five thousand over here but of course this is in thousands so we're talking about millions.

 okay so 15 million but this is kind of a these are the leading sectors that age 55 and older are actually working in historically now this is back to 2016 but i believe 2020 is not too too far off, let's see the sectors that are going to be hit the hardest if we were just to lose them across the board right.

 Management professional and related, so contractors who do trainings CEO higher level businessmen and business women we're looking at 15 million of them are 50 55 years and older.

 A lot of this has first off a lot of these people probably wouldn't retire just because a lot of these people would make the adjustment, in addition to that a lot of management positions and such there's always people underneath of them chomping at the bit to kind of move into their positions anyway.

 If it's a large organization those places those spots can be filled relatively seamlessly and so we wouldn't really see that across the market, marketplace a lot of turnover that way however we do see a lot of uh upper management companies turning over.

 Will the people taking over will they run things as well as the people um that ran it before and that remains to be seen because that is going to take some time to play out, the next group here of about 8 million workers is sales and office personnel.

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 we are seeing that but then again we're also seeing a very big change in how offices work right so we're having a lot more work from home, a lot less people working in offices and sales once again you can replace those pretty fast.

 There's always more sales people coming in now are they going to be the quality people probably not but this next one.

 Service includes retail but it also includes a lot of things like electricians plumbers five million of these people are age 55 and older and i think we could probably safely say that a lot of these people really did seriously consider retirement.

 Some of them did retire next one production transportation and material moving, anyone hear about any trucking shortages anyone here about um issues in the supply chain ? nah right okay so that has some implications there.

 Next one natural resources construction and maintenance we're having a lot of work these are the top categories that they're going to be impacted by a large number of age 55 years and older, a lot of younger people are not getting into the trades most of the trades are dominated by older workers and so as this happens i talked to a factory manager not too long ago.

 They were saying that their biggest problem is that they can't get workers who can fix the machines because the machines are old, all the new workers are getting trained on machines that they don't have they're being trained on new machines and new robotics and all this kind of stuff like that.

 But the problem is a lot of these factors are running with machines that are very old very archaic, it takes workers who actually understand how these machines work and people aren't being trained to to replace the workers that are retiring and as these machines continue to get older and older they need more.

 More tender love and care right ? so that's a little TLC right and the more TLC they need the more workers need to know how to give that TLC to these machines and yet we're finding that these workers are like enough of this garbage i'm just going to retire i'm not going to wear a mask i'm not going to submit to a mandate i'm not going to put up with all this bs and all this political correct junk that's going on.

 i'm just going to retire i have enough money i have enough and i'm just sick of this whole game and so a lot of these people are just leaving, they're leaving us in a lurch now if we have a significant number of deadbeats who don't really work at the job anyway.

 They're deadbeats do we really want to force them to work anyway are they really going to help the economy maybe not but then when we talk about highly productive members of the economy very experienced workers who have 30 40 sometimes 50 years of experience in their field working on machines.

 Working on things that new workers don't know how to work on, we're seeing a tremendous impact on factories and such like that not only can they not purchase the parts but they don't have the people who can replace repair and install those parts.

 let's just take a look here real quickly this is a list of industries that one third of the industry is made up of over 55 plus year olds, some of these are going to make a lot of sense some of these may just get you thinking.

 Activists curate curators and museum technicians so basically people having to do with museums and that makes sense right, bus drivers over one third of them are age 55 and older clergy furniture finishers furniture finishers make sense.

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 Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers that makes sense as a okay legislators, well i don't think they're productive members of society onward medical transcriptionists interesting proofreaders and copy makers only people trained over 55 plus years ago actually know how to use punctuation so that that makes sense as well.

 Property real estate and community association managers all the professional karen's out there right now, we got the sales people real estate sales people there and everything like that but your housing association is possibly run by a 55 plus year old, real estate brokers sales agents right, tax preparers because the tax code hasn't gotten any more complicated right.

 i've seen this firsthand in in the tax industry is a lot of people are getting out and there's tons of clients and nobody wants them, that's an interesting situation if you're looking for work uh good paying work tax preparation might actually be your ticket, it doesn't take too much to get into it if you're good with numbers and there's a lot of clients out there and not a lot of people who want to service them.

 Travel agents as well so we can see some of this implication here now some of the younger folks aren't working but once again i think a lot of them are possibly still sitting unemployment but they should be shaken off relatively quickly or people.

 Who have come off unemployment and they just haven't gotten back into the workforce now i know some of you folks are hard workers and some of you have not been able to get back into a comparable job to what you had before

 I want to sympathize with that i know that not everyone who wants a job can get a job and not everyone who wants a good job can get a good job, so there's there's always going to be a segment of the population which is kind of caught in that lurch until they can find a good place and  i hope you all find good places, good employment.

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