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A perennial predicament

Cape firms, with few local takers for low-wage jobs in summer, stymied in bid to increase worker visas

By Diane E. Lewis
Globe Staff / July 28, 2004

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Steve Hurley says that he hires the same crew of Jamaicans for his Cape Cod inn each year because they work harder, and Americans don't want his low-wage jobs anyway. (Full Article: 923 Words)

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