9 Jobs Employers Just Can t Seem to Fill

Skilled Trades Workers

Welders, electricians, plumbers, and other skilled tradespeople are in high demand due to an aging workforce and a lack of younger people entering the trades.

Hotel Workers

From chefs and waitstaff to housekeepers and cooks, the hospitality industry is facing a significant staffing shortage.

Sales Representatives

Salespeople are the lifeblood of many businesses, but finding qualified candidates with strong communication and sales skills can be challenging.


 Teacher shortages are a growing concern across the country, impacting students and school systems alike.

Truck Drivers

The trucking industry is vital to the economy, but a shortage of drivers is causing delays and disruptions in the supply chain.


General labor positions are essential for many businesses, but filling them can be difficult, especially when offering competitive wages and benefits is crucial.

IT Staff

 Information technology professionals are needed to keep businesses running smoothly, but the demand for their skills often outpaces the available workforce.


 Engineers are in high demand across various industries, with a particular need for those specializing in fields like civil, mechanical, and software engineering.


The healthcare industry is facing a nursing shortage, with an aging population placing a greater strain on the medical system.