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Missouri school district hires its own students to ease labor shortage crunch
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One Missouri school district has found a unique way to deal with the nationwide labor shortage: hire their own students for some open positions.
The Northwest School District in Missouri has begun hiring students to fill open positions such as those relating to custodial, school food, as well as before and after school programs for students up to the fifth grade.
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Mark Catalana, the chief human resources officer for the school district told Fox News that they made the decision due to the nationwide labor shortage.