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Ski Resorts Rely on 'Invisible' Immigrant Labor

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Ski Resorts Rely on 'Invisible' Immigrant Labor

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Ski Resorts Rely on 'Invisible' Immigrant Labor

Ski Resorts Rely on 'Invisible' Immigrant Labor

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Immigrant workers now fill most lower-level service jobs in Colorado ski resorts. Employers say there aren't enough native workers to fill their need. But some locals say the immigrants don't fit into the culture of the ski community. NPR's John Burnett reports.

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