Employers Ready to Hire Can’t Find Workers Among 9.1% UnemployedVivien Lou Chen and Jillian Berman
Bill Begal says he has spent almost $2,000 since March on help-wanted ads in newspapers, websites, and state employment services up and down the East Coast to find sales and administrative staff for his Rockville, Maryland-based disaster-cleanup company.
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