Will Bay State run out of workers?

herald_iconBy Jordan Graham | Boston Herald

Bay State employers added more than 10,000 jobs last month and more residents rejoined the labor force, the latest signs that Massachusetts’ labor market is continuing to grow — though some analysts worry the good times may soon be coming to an end.

“It’s been steady, relatively strong growth,” Northeastern University economics professor Alan Clayton-Matthews said of the recent uptick.

“I keep on being amazed that employment can keep on growing at this rate when we should be running out of workers,” he said.

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