Graduation season is a time of celebration for students and families in Minot, N.D., and that means big business for the cake department at Marketplace Food & Drug. There, manager Nyla Stromberg and her team of decorators work long hours turning out the hundreds of cakes customers have ordered to commemorate the occasion. “The month of May we’re working around the clock,” she said. “It’s insane.” So insane, in fact, that Stromberg has to hire ...

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