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Old 01-07-2007, 05:07 PM
 
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I was wondering what the skilled labor market is like. My main thing is flooring-20yr- but interrested in the over all picture. I have heard alot about cheap labor but,like I stated before, I am highly qualified in my field and confident.With all these great homes and buildings going up every where, there must be a ton of work for a hard working person like myself. I will be in town jan 11 for a few days to secure a rental home and to solicit some flooring stores.Im coming from n.y. which seems pretty comon now a days. I have had good fortune here in rochester,but this town is going nowere I almost made this move in 1999 but work got really good for awhile. my kids are at the age were we must move now.Any insight would be greatly appreciated.?
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