About one in every nine jobs in Alaska was unfilled in May, according to the state’s latest labor data — almost double the national rate.
The closures are causing what’s expected to be at least three dozen vessels to skip the tourism-dependent port by the end of summer.
People have been staying in Alaska for less and less time since the 1990s, with the exception of residents who were either born in Alaska or turned eighteen here.
An estimated 4 million workers in the U.S. are struggling to work due to debilitating symptoms from long COVID. The government is urging employers to provide accommodations to keep them on the job.
Some think the cow was killed by a predator. “We have a butcher shop,” the rancher said. “We know the difference.”
The union represents around 5,300 Alaska Airlines reservations and customer service agents, and ramp workers.
OAN has been a reliable platform for conspiracy theories related to COVID-19, vaccinations and the 2020 election. The network now faces several defamation lawsuits relating to that coverage.
Grocers agree that it’s hard to predict which items will be unavailable in any given week.
The union is asking for cost of living increases and more affordable health care.
In Alaska, one local beekeeper went to great lengths to make her beekeepers whole again after millions of honeybees died at an Atlanta cargo bay in the April sun.