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Selling food products in 2010 is quite a challenge - slim margins, stiff competition, low quality - they're all part of the national mix. However, the recent gulf oil concern will cause major implications on the food industry in Mississippi!
The recent oil spill in the gulf is major and will have continued long-reaching implications on the food industry, from the hiring manager, to the employee, to the consumer. Only a few entrepreneurs will turn this negative into a positive.
With the recent oil hurdle in the gulf - unemployment is expected to rise even more - from MS, LA, and more. MS Coastline already has 9%+ along the entire length and now as high as 22% in the highest county. Real National Rate is 17.5% Unadjusted.
By VP Industry Leader
While the gulf coast areas cry out during this unfortunate situation and the recent oil concern off the coast - it has made some interesting changes - some food industry managers are taking stock!
By Executive Leader
Linen and Uniform companies are challenged to find best sales reps. on coast as the market has been flooded with folks.
By Senior Executive
Yes - the recent Gulf Oil Leak will reak havoc on Gulf-coastal region, especially Mississippi. With the highest county now reporting 22% unemployment - wow - horrible timing for this major ecological and environmental nightmare!
By Senior Executive
When Dorothy & Toto were scared - they said, "Lions, Tigers, & Bears, Oh My." Then, in the end, they realized they had all the resources & tools right at there finger tips ALL ALONG. Most managers do not rise up when economy is down. .Do You?
By Senior Executive
Due to recent changes in the economy - many 20 and 30 year sales veterans are now unemployed in the Food Industry - Sorting thru the sludge to find the best talent is a hard task.

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