Latest World news news, comment and analysis from the Guardian, the world's leading liberal voice That’s the only logical way I can think of to avoid the onslaught of articles, primetime TV segments, books, and countless blog discussions lamenting “The Black Man Shortage.” (TBMS) Rapid technological advances and the digitization of the workplace are making it harder for workers to match their skill sets with the needs of employers. Its stock dropped to a near-term low around June 2019. Photos: A look at coronavirus masks around the world - Los Angeles Times A quarter of the world's population across 17 countries is at risk of running out of water, putting the health, industry, agriculture and energy production needs of millions at risk, a … The world watched with dismay as a surreal scene at the U.S. Capitol, like little else seen in its history, unfolded on Wednesday. Nearly 1.8 billion people in seventeen countries, or a quarter of the world’s population, appear to be veering towards a water crisis—with the potential of severe shortages in the next few years. Why is there a man shortage in Christian Church? Rioters loyal to … The future of work is a key discussion point at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2017. Consumers face short-term shortages of fresh fruit and vegetables, and rising costs for other imported goods because of Brexit, a senior retail chief warned. To all the young, college-educated women out there who feel like Donald Trump will probably become president before they find a decent, eligible man, take comfort. This creates a problem for the legalists that are quick to point to the scriptures that say only men can be the spiritual leaders. By 2019 Tesla faced concerns over demand, mounting losses, and a shortage of cash. I could quote statistics but all anyone needs to do is look around in any Christian church to see women outnumber men in every church service or Christian activity. “Without secure supply chains, the risk to healthcare workers around the world is real. “The major defect is not infrastructure like the number of beds, it revolves around a potential shortage of medical personnel. But shortages are leaving doctors, nurses and other frontline workers dangerously ill-equipped to care for COVID-19 patients, due to limited access to supplies such as gloves, medical masks, respirators, goggles, face shields, gowns, and aprons. For more, watch the Jobs and the Fourth Industrial Revolution session here . There's a global shortage of COVID-19 face masks — so people around the world are getting creative in making their own.