Marketplace: Cafeteria Jobs Serve Up Some Stability, February 2009


Pilgrim’s Pride announced today it’s going to shut down three chicken-processing plants in the southeastern part of the United States. That’ll be another 3,000 people out of work and there’ll no doubt be stiff competition for any new jobs that do happen to open up. Even the ones that in better times were hard to fill. That would include school cafeteria workers too. You remember them, right? The people who sling the jello, serve up the burgers and stand on their feet all day. Occupational hazards aside, demand for those lunchroom jobs has more than tripled in some places.

From Birmingham, Ala., Gigi Douban reports.

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