The labor picture for the food-service industry is not a particularly attractive one these days.While the restaurant business continues to grow at a steady clip, its core labor force, the very valuable 16- to 24-year-old segment of the population, is not expected to keep pace. Darkening the picture further, other U.S. industries are growing even more rapidly than the foodservice business—industries that are targeting that same, highly prized slice of the working population that historically ...
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