A combination of slower population growth and fewer migrants suggests that in periods of strong or even steady economic growth, companies could have trouble finding people. (Photo: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) –Reggie Kaji's employment agency got a weird requst last year: Could he find 200 migrant workers ready to catch a bus from Texas to Detroit, where they'd be put up in hotels while working at a factory that makes car doors for the big three automakers?

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