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It’s hard to find “Santa Claus” with high salaries

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According to a report from the US World News Network on the 5th, the labor shortage problem in the United States has become more and more serious in recent times. With Christmas approaching, it is even difficult for American businesses to find workers who play Santa Claus, showing that the labor shortage in the United States has spread to the “Santa Claus economy.”

According to reports, Alan, the founder of a Dallas human agency company, said that since October, the company has been struggling to find Santa performers. Allen introduced that there are currently about 3,000 job vacancies for Santa Claus in the United States. Their job content is mainly to play Santa Claus in shopping malls, family and business activities.

According to reports, as the American people try to return to their lives before the new crown epidemic, the demand for workers from all walks of life has surged.

Not only that, according to the information collected by Allen, more than 300 Santa Claus artists have died of the new crown disease, and many more are unwilling to serve as Santa Claus because of fear of infection. Allen said that just like other industries, in this year’s holiday shopping season, the remuneration for playing Santa Claus has risen to $10,000, an increase of about 15%.

According to reports, for a long time, Santa Claus has been a weapon for American businesses and shopping malls to attract customers to their homes. In the era of booming e-commerce, brick-and-mortar retailers are eager to attract crowds, making Santa Claus more and more important.

Original title: High salaries are hard to find “Santa Claus”, the problem of labor shortage in the United States is getting worse

(Source: Chinanews.com)

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