Nike is struggling with strict pandemic lockdowns in Vietnam, where a lot of manufacturing is done, and is experiencing slowed production due to a shortage of workers.
Incoming Southwest CEO Robert Jordan described it as a "symbol of the job market that we live in here - there's so much competition."
The owner of Mikuni Restaurant Group told KCRA his attempts to find new staff have been unsuccessful, leading to temporary closures every Monday.
Only three employees worked at a Dunkin' branch in Colorado Springs before the labor shortage forced it to temporarily close down.
A crippling labor shortage, coupled with pandemic working conditions, has restaurant workers mentally and physically exhausted.
Gravity Payments' Dan Price told Insider about how his company changed after he raised the minimum wage to $70,000.
A restaurant manager in Stockton told NBC News that she employed a robot helper to serve patrons because "nobody wants to come in and apply."
Michael Lastoria, CEO of &pizza, told Insider he hasn't struggled to staff his 51 restaurants because he pays workers $16 an hour on average.
One Hamptons resident told Vanity Fair they had to trim the weeds because the landscaper didn't show up. "I had to take my $800 sneakers off first."