Several Minnesota child-care providers are undergoing staffing shortages. The largest childcare business in the state, New Horizon Academy, is looking for 500 workers to staff its 70 facilities. As costs rise and profits evaporate, some providers have been forced to raise tuition prices from levels that usually range from around 150 to 350 dollars a week per child. Others are closing their doors.
Minnesota Child-Care Businesses Are Struggling
By Ashley Hanley|2022-01-25T04:37:45-06:00January 25th, 2022|