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Tourism finding enough interest from summer job seekers

Door County's summer tourism season kicks off in a little over two months and, so far, there's much interest in seasonal employment.  Door County Visitor Bureau Membership Director Phil Berndt bases that on the amount of activity from employers and job seekers on websites.  Berndt says he's not heard any concerns about a lack of job applicants.  He adds employers are helping potential employees make sure they have a place to stay for the summer.

 

 

Berndt says employers are also being aided by the J-1 program which attracts foreign students looking for opportunities to work in the U.S.A. during the summer.

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