By Melissa Lipowski More than 66% of all school FSDs have more than 11 years of on-the-job experience. The growth rate of the U.S. labor force peaked in the 1970's and only a small increase is expected over the next decade. Critical job skills needed by new school FSDs as identified by state child nutrition directors. Research shows that in 1992, 38% of California's school FSDs and 47% of its FSMs were over the age of 51. It's well known that school foodservice ...
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