Dunkin' Brands (DNKN) CEO Nigel Travis and his franchisees are on the hunt for good employees.

Why the hunt? Blame the tight U.S. labor market. "I am somewhat concerned," Travis told TheStreet when asked for his thoughts on May's better than expected jobs report. "I am concerned this may hurt the economic recovery -- I think something has to be done to improve the supply [of workers]." 

Added Travis, "We have trouble attracting people, and the franchisees are very frustrated with it but I think they are doing everything they can."

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