Openings for Work closer to Home
The Triad refugees who have been commuting to Lumberton and Rockingham for work are finding jobs closer to home. In Siler City, NC, Townsends, Inc. a chicken processing plant started seven Chin Burmese workers today. In Mocksville, NC the Tyson Food Chicken Processing plant has begun hiring some of the Karen and Karenni Burmese refugees.
These jobs, closer to home, will allow more time with families, safer situations, without the long miles logged by new drivers. Pray that God will lead these companies to open their plants to even more of our Triad Burmese workers needing steady full time jobs.