Thursday, June 4, 2009

1,400 jobs available for young workers

The Monitor
Rudy Ibarra wanted a job in which he could help people.

He needed help himself just a few weeks ago.

Ibarra, 21, was living in his car and going a day or two without eating after he was evicted from his Edinburg apartment for falling behind on his rent, he recalled Tuesday. With the job market for migrant farm labor seemingly dried up amid the lingering recession, he was unable to find employment and was missing payment due dates for his bills.

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