By Nick Carey FLINT, Michigan, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Jeremy Parker was born here and would like to settle down here again to be near his family, but only if could find a permanent job. "There is a shortage of jobs in this part of Michigan that would enable a man like me to raise a family," said the 30-year-old temporary worker at General Motors Corp . Parker returned to Flint 13 months ago after a decade away. "If I can't get a permanent job then I guess I'll leave again." The town of ...
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