Seattle’s pandemic-weary workers may see a tougher job market in 2023

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The Seattle Times

Almost three years after COVID-19 shut down the economy and put nearly half a million Washingtonians out of work, the job market remains in a state of confusing, unnerving flux. In some industries, such as hospitality and white-collar services, recovering demand continues to fuel hiring and keep opportunities plentiful for workers. In September, Justin Fernandez was recruited by Zen Techworks, a small but growing IT support services firm in Ballard — and is still getting five to 10 recruiter emails a week. “It just seems that the skill set I have is, at least for the foreseeable future, going …

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