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Published April 05, 2011, 12:00 AM

Workers at Polaris plant

Workers prepare engines for installation into Polaris' Ranger side-by-side vehicles at the company's plant in Roseau, Minn. on Wednesday, March 30, 2011. The plant employs 1,400 people, making it the largest employer in town. The wave of retiring baby boomers means Polaris will have to hire hundreds of new workers over the next few decades just to maintain current staffing levels. (AP Photo/Minnesota Public Radio, Tom Robertson)
Read the article: Baby Boomer Retirements to Transform Rural Minnesota