U.S. Job Growth in Travel for July Rises Despite Labor Shortages

Don Johnston / Grand Hotel

Shown here is the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan. It’s one of several hotels across the country that hires seasonal workers for its peak season and is affected by the tighter labor market. Don Johnston / Grand Hotel

Skift Take: A strong job market means lots of consumers are spending on domestic travel. But rising wages and recently tightened rules on visas for seasonal workers are pressuring some sectors. We take a sector-by-sector look.

— Sean O’Neill

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