Service techs fall into a demographic with problems. For every unemployed American man age 25-55, writes Nicholas N. Eberstadt of Commentary, three more have stopped looking for a job. And nearly half of that group — some 7 million men — take daily pain medication funded largely by Medicaid. What's more, roughly 1 in 8 working age American men have at least one felony conviction on their resumes. The U.S. is in an opioid crisis.
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Dana Perino, former press secretary for President George W. Bush, shares five ways young professionals can get ahead in 2017.
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Forget that antiquated leader selection process and build your bench strength. (Pssst! The best person for the job might not be the heir apparent.)
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