As the US economy recovers from the COVID recession, businesses are finding it difficult to source critical inputs. Material shortages and logistics bottlenecks are pervasive, but particularly severe in certain sectors. Using residential construction and auto manufacturing as case studies, we consider scenarios for the impact of supply chain disruptions on production and employment in 2022.
Read the full Special Report on Supply Chain Disruptions and Their Employment Impacts for an in-depth look at how supply chain disruptions are affecting both production and employment.
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