Attracting quality individuals to a career in retail and fashion is hard to do when the industry is notorious for lackluster benefits and long hours, but the upcoming presidential election could result in positive change, particularly in the area of health care.
And while it is too soon to conclude which candidate would be good for fashion and retail — many haven't yet articulated specifics about their views on immigration, labor, commerce and health care issues — the Democratic party seems to have a lead over its Republican counterparts, at least when it comes to health care issues, according to industry consultants and analysts.
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