Managers looking to hire hourly workers are seeing continued improvement in the summer job market, especially for teens seeking work, according to a survey by consultancy Snagajob. Richmond, Va.-based Snagajob also found that hiring is occurring earlier in the season. “There’s been pick up in the job market lately,” Shawn Boyer, chief executive of Snagajob, said. He noted that the U.S. economy has added about 200,000 jobs in each of the past three months. “[The ...
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