Julie Devereaux

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MIAMI, FLORIDA - OCTOBER 08: A 'help wanted' sign outside of a business on October 08, 2021 in Miami, Florida. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics in September job growth fell well short of expectations in September. The labor force shrank by 183,000 from August. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

So many “Help Wanted” signs.

I’ve seen them, you’ve seen them and we’ve both seen the repercussions with shuttered businesses scattered in every city and town.

This 81 year old retiree took matters into her own hands. When her favorite restaurant closed their dining area, she went back to work. She hadn’t worked in twelve years.

When a worker shortage closed her favorite restaurant's dining room, this retiree stepped in to help

When the dining room of an Ohio great-grandmother's favorite restaurant closed because of staffing shortages, she grabbed an apron without hesitation."I was here opening day and have been a regular," Bonnie August, 81, told CNN, at the Culver's restaurant in Findlay. "I have my favorites as far as custard, I think we all do.