Alaska commercial fishing news and notes
LOL Isn't that the truth!? Husband's processor ship this season has Ukrainian, Kazakstan, and I think Indian students working... besides the regular international crew. That's one of the reason he loves working there.
How sad with a national unemployment rate of 9.1% the processors are still hiring foreigners. I bet somebody in the lower 48 would take the job.
Having worked processing and management for 25 years, I can assure you the American workforce has not been present for a long time. Before the Europeans, it was and is Mexican and Filipino.
Are jobs not advertised for the processors in the lower 48 or have Americans thought of the jobs as akin to vegetable picking? Just curious. Some of the hardest working people I have ever seen were employees of catcher processors and at the plants also.
Sounds like someone needs a green card or a visa sponsor.@off2fish, the ad looks for multi lingual person. Doesn't say foreigner. But multi lingual talent is more difficult to find here in the U.S.
Americans don't want minimum wage labor jobs anymore. Welfare is easier.
This company sticks it's hand in the CDQ cookie jar every chance it gets. Saying how they are going to provide locals jobs
Jak sie masz cry babies!
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