Small Business in the News: June 16, 2021 Edition

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What can you do to draw in workers for your open job positions? Some industries have been having a harder time than others finding workers, while many factors from the pandemic are still impacting worker availability and productivity. Learn more about these and other top stories for small business!

The seven industries most desperate for workers (Washington Post)

A New Survey Finds That Workers Were More Stressed Than Ever in 2020. Here’s What You Can Do About It (Inc.)

Employing parents? The lack of child care could be hurting your small business (USA Today)

AmEx Debuts First Checking Account in Push Beyond Business Cards (Bloomberg)

Retail Sales Fell in May, in Latest Sign of a Bumpy Recovery (New York Times)

Why You Need Bulk SMS Marketing in 2021 and Beyond (SmallBizClub)

15 Effective and Creative Ways to Market to Local Customers (Small Biz Trends)

Why so many products are so badly designed (Fast Company)

The Next 1000: How And Where Entrepreneurship Has Surged In The Past Year (Forbes)

5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Starting My Career (Entrepreneur)


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