How Minneapolis Parks Hire Hundreds of Youth Workers Every Summer
24 Mar 2023
What worker shortage? As businesses across the state struggle to maintain adequate staffing levels, the Minneapolis parks system says it’s having no trouble finding hundreds of temporary youth workers for the summer.
With over 180 park properties, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) maintains that it’s the largest employer of youth in the city.
Read the complete article from Twin Cities Business here.
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