Boston's high-end eateries scramble to fill jobs

11/12/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Upscale restaurants in Boston had their pick of top talent a few years ago as the recession caused some competitors to go out of business, but the situation has flipped as an improved economy brings new high-end eateries. Restaurateurs say they're scrambling to fill jobs ranging from trained sous chef to part-time host, despite the fact that the city still has about 250,000 unemployed people. Economists say the available workers may be seeking full-time work instead of the part-time jobs on offer, may lack the necessary kitchen skills or may be victims of restaurateurs who are being overly picky.

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