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Current minimum wages price workers out of housing
Young people push for higher-paying entry-level jobs
More warehouses now investing in technology
Risk management skills vital in supply chain profession
New training needs of note for supply chain managers
More employers independently raising minimum wages
Competition keeps heating up for entry-level jobs nationwide
Women population growing in supply chain management
North Carolina pushing for higher minimum wage
Ohio warehousing continues to expand
Warehouse hiring plans change in tight labor market
Support for higher minimum wage continues to grow nationwide
Warehouse training proves popular with workers, businesses
Missouri could vote on minimum wage as ballot proposal
Advocates still pushing for higher minimum wage
Warehouses training for equipment use
People in every state support higher minimum wage
Demand driving warehouse construction in California
St. Paul pushing for $15 minimum wage
Florida sees burgeoning warehouse job market
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