Agricultural equipment dealers are working with Saskatchewan high schools to find a new generation of employees.
Many of the 125 farm dealerships in the province have at least a couple openings for agricultural equipment technicians.
"Where dealers use to get people walking in the door looking for jobs, now they are having to go search for them," says Larry Hertz, vice-president, Canada for the Western Equipment Dealers Association.
The association anticipates additional openings in the future as current employees begin to retire. | For the full story, CLICK HERE
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