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Hospitality sector short of 200,000 workers amid staffing crisis, industry boss tells MPs

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The hospitality sector is still struggling with a severe staffing crisis and businesses are actively recruiting for at least 200,000 roles, MPs have heard.

Kate Nicholls, chief executive of trade body UKHospitality, told MPs on the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy committee on Tuesday that the group’s latest research suggests one fifth of staff are not set to return to hospitality once furlough comes to an end.

Nicholls said the surge in vacancies in the sector is being fuelled by several factors, including a lack of available student workers in cities, employees moving into other sectors

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Industrial Wireless Automation Market in Electrical Components & Equipment Industry | Technavio | State

NEW YORK, June 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Technavio forecasts the global industrial wireless automation market to grow by USD 1.43 billion, at a CAGR of over 5% during the forecast period. The report offers insights on the growth strategies adopted by major vendors during the COVID-19 pandemic and the key offerings.

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United’s big order reveals two major insights about the airline and the aviation industry



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United Airlines announced an order on Tuesday for 270 airplanes, a company record. It was the culmination of more than a year of planning and strategizing about the future of the airline, according to CEO Scott Kirby.

Along with the order, United announced that it will introduce a new cabin interior for the new aircraft, and retrofit the entire fleet. Among the biggest features of

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OP-ED: Film industry incentive means more money, jobs in Pa. | Op-Ed

Pennsylvania is one of the most sought-after states for filming productions. The catalyst that leads filmmakers to flock to our commonwealth is the Film Production Tax Credit, which provides a strong financial motivation to film projects here, rather than these projects benefiting the economies of other states.

These productions employ thousands of Pennsylvania workers and support hundreds of local businesses when they come to town. Not only do these productions employ crew people, but they also support ancillary businesses, such as family-owned restaurants, area lumber yards, various means of transportation, hotels, and so many more entities that desperately need revenue

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Industrial Nanotech, Inc. Launches New Smart Coating Subsidiary and Announces Plan to Partner With 300 Independent Sales Representatives To Sell First-To-Market, Patent Pending, Self Reporting Coatings in Over $2.5 Billion Industry | State

GOLDEN, Calif., June 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Industrial Nanotech Inc (Pink Sheets: INTK), a company that specializes in nanotechnology innovation and product development, today announced the launch of a new subsidiary, TakingPaint Inc., to sell the Company’s patent pending line of self reporting coatings.

“Our focus for TalkingPaint Inc is on safety and our products will provide an early warning signal of dangerous conditions before they become deadly,” states Stuart Burchill, CEO/CTO of Industrial Nanotech Inc.

Mr. Burchill continues, “We are targeting very specific areas of plants, facilities and buildings and plan to work with a team of over

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Mexico Industry Output Suffers Setback in April Despite Record Rebound | Investing News

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican industrial output fell month-on-month for the first time in 11 months in April, even as activity rose by a record margin from the previous year thanks to a rebound from a pandemic-induced contraction in 2020, official data showed on Friday.

Compared with March, industrial output dropped 0.2{df062b8f362fea3ad554c6c90c50e0dac4ff01de4668794de908559e9684c452} in seasonally adjusted terms as expansion in the mining sector was offset by declines in manufacturing, construction and energy, data published by national statistics office INEGI showed.

“Supply-chain frictions, cost-push pressures, lingering policy uncertainty, weak business confidence, and slow progress with the vaccination program are likely to weigh

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