The Mafia's Management Problem

This column frequently covers the persistent and historic American worker shortage, a sad tale of misguided Covid lockdowns, government disincentives to work, immigration restrictions and lost opportunities. But the best news of the day involves a shortage of talented and industrious employees in a particular sector of the underground economy. It seems that organized crime bosses are having a devil of a time finding competent lower-level managers.

Thank goodness that bad help is getting very hard to find. The Journal’s James Fanelli explains that just like the fictional mob boss Tony Soprano, real alleged gangsters aren’t able to maintain a safe distance from crimes allegedly committed on their behalf because they don’t trust junior staff to get jobs done.

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