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April 10, 1998 | DARYL STRICKLAND
With Orange County's unemployment rate sinking to an eight-year low of 3%, employers are scrambling to fill entry-level positions. The trend has caused at least one business owner, Ruben Villavicencio of R & M Food Services Inc., to alter his expansion strategy. "The pool of available people has shrunk to a critical point right now," said Villavicencio, whose Brea-based company owns 17 Millie's Country Kitchens and three Mexican restaurants called the Whole Enchilada.
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April 10, 1998 | DARYL STRICKLAND
With Orange County's unemployment rate sinking to an eight-year low of 3%, employers are scrambling to fill entry-level positions. The trend has caused at least one business owner, Ruben Villavicencio of R & M Food Services Inc., to alter his expansion strategy. "The pool of available people has shrunk to a critical point right now," said Villavicencio, whose Brea-based company owns 17 Millie's Country Kitchens and three Mexican restaurants called the Whole Enchilada.
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