Indeed, there’s a large issue of driver turnover, said economist Kristen Monaco. And there’s plenty of anecdotal evidence of carriers struggling to fill seats. But that doesn’t mean there’s a labor shortage, Monaco argues. What’s largely perceived as a labor shortage is in fact a retention issue, with heavy recruiting efforts by fleets contributing to the persistently high turnover rates.
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