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Wendy Stueck

Wendy Stueck

Wendy Stueck

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Seasonal jobs at Kelowna plant highly sought-after by Mexican mothers

At Jealous Fruits, Mexican women work in the packing plant, where they sort and package premium cherries destined for the Chinese market. Men hired through the program work primarily outside, in vineyards and orchards. The jobs are sought-after and women tend to return year after year; at Jealous Fruits, the return rate is 80 per cent.

Dec 05, 2014

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Based in Vancouver, Wendy Stueck has covered technology and business and now reports on British Columbia issues including natural resources, aboriginal issues and urban affairs.

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