The easing pandemic and reopening economy set off an unprecedent
North Wildwood - The easing pandemic and reopening economy set off an unprecedented reshuffling of the NJ workforce. Cape May County service and hospitality workers are quitting jobs in record numbers, typically to take another position in a more stable industry that offers full-time benefits but often for jobs at higher wages. Many change jobs have come about because they’re burned out after working so hard during the pandemic with less than appreciative support from Management and Customers. With the international work Visas limited, shore employers can't even find foreigners to work.