Imperial County, as of last week, had 2,108 full-time employees and another 277 workers for extra help, and this number might not be enough.

According to the county’s Human Resources & Risk Management Workforce Update issued on May 14, the county hired 25 full-time employees in April and 16 additional workers for extra help.

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