OGDEN -- Dillon Christensen stood in line with his 2-month-old daughter Kamryn at Thursday's job fair for displaced Hostess workers.
"I tried to find a baby sitter, but couldn't," said Christensen, 19, from South Ogden. "My wife went back to work from her maternity leave, so I hope we will be OK for a while. I figure we can last at least 2 months, but it sure makes it harder to pay the bills."
Christensen was one of about 600 workers -- half in Ogden and half in Salt Lake City -- who lost their jobs Nov. 16, when word came that the company could not resolve strike issues and would liquidate.