Manufacturing Companies Struggle To Recruit Workers For High-Paying Management Jobs, by Tyler Durden

All those I know are retired (some unwillingly)
Even know some that are now greeters at wally world

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There are jobs out there for those who know things that are useful to employers. From Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com:

Americans who are hoping to avoid the shackles of student debt and proceed straight from high school into the workforce have more options for well-paid gainful employment than they might think. Even as the ROI on college degrees continues to decline, employers in certain blue-collar industries are struggling to fill management jobs that pay as much, or more, than jobs that require a college degree.

One such employer, 84 Lumber Co, is spending millions on advertising to spread its message that a management-track job at one of its stores can be more valuable than a college degree. The company pays trainees $40,000 a year, but employees in charge of top-grossing stores can earn as much as $200,000 a year. And some of those stores, managers earn more than $1 million…

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