In addition: maybe it is no longer a viable business and the owner should just admit defeat, and sell the business to a competitor / close it and work for someone else instead. I'm not being sarcastic, there are many businesses no longer being valuable to the customers and customers no longer willing to pay a premium for, and we likely have to close them like many other jobs in history (i.e. travel agents). Sad, but that's the reality of business.OK, so what I hear you saying is that there are entire sectors of the economy in which the working conditions are so poor and the business owners are offering so little for pay that that the businesses can't keep their doors open due to lack of workers.
This sounds like capitalism working perfectly. The labor market has sent the message that these companies don't have a sustainable business model.
And yet somehow this is the workers fault?!?
Maybe the business owners should:
Improve working conditions.
Provide good health insurance.
Set dependable schedules.
It's like my first post all over again.