A Minnesota-based Halloween company is struggling to find seasonal workers in the midst of COVID-19, CBS Minnesota reported Wednesday.
The Halloween company is the world’s biggest seller of Halloween costumes.
Last Halloween, low employment rates made it difficult to find warehouse workers for the Halloween season, reported WCCO-TV. (RELATED: ‘Watchdog On Wall Street’ Host Explains Employment Numbers Jump)
7.4% of Minnesotans were out of work during the month of August, according to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. The unemployment rate was at 3.2% in August 2019.
The company still cannot find seasonal workers willing to work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an effort to keep workers