Economists expected the U.S. to have added 700,000 jobs in June, a jump from the weaker than expected gain of 559,000 jobs added in May. However, while the economy continues to grow as the pandemic recedes, many employers are finding themselves desperate to hire as they struggle with what many economists are calling a 'labor shortage.' William M. Rodgers III, Professor and Chief Economist at Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, Rutgers University, joined Cheddar's 'On The Job: The June Jobs Report' for more.