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Thief River Falls wrestles with unusual problem: Too many jobs, too few workers

The region has lots of work available but few people and little housing. The lack of workers is holding back production at Arctic Cat and driving Digi-Key to the ends of the state and beyond in a desperate search for employees.
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The region has lots of work available but few people and little housing. The lack of workers is holding back production at Arctic Cat and driving Digi-Key to the ends of the state and beyond in a desperate search for employees.

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